This is the new profile of BoBerry. She's small, still. The weight gain has ended. Her jello legs can't sink good, but her body is toned and full. Her ribs stand proud. Her hair and makeup is good looking, even at 602 pounds. Her skin has a glow people rarely see on a BBW. She made a profile, not hoping for anything big, that's what happens when people are smart and don't assume the worst. She didn't make a secret of her size but for a BBW she believes her picture will be a winner! Here's a look at her good picture day. And, like they say, no one can love you the way you love yourself. Thank you, Bo Berry, you're a big inspiration to me. I can only hope to be as kind, sweet and loving as you are. My sincere thanks for sharing these pictures with us. And Bo, you will always be my FAVORITE BigCuties! Cheers, Mike.
The first commercial camera phone complete with infrastructure was the J-SH04, made by Sharp Corporation; it had an integrated CCD sensor, with the Sha-Mail (Picture-Mail in Japanese) infrastructure developed in collaboration with Kahn's LightSurf venture, and marketed from 2001 by J-Phone in Japan today owned by Softbank. It was also the world's first cellular mobile camera phone. The first commercial deployment in North America of camera phones was in 2004. The Sprint wireless carriers deployed over one million camera phones manufactured by Sanyo and launched by the PictureMail infrastructure (Sha-Mail in English) developed and managed by LightSurf. d2c66b5586