Ever since I've had a mobile (er... "cellular") phone, I've been on the Orange network. I know I had a bit of a rant about their customer service recently, but I'm hoping that's just a blip and I'm loathe to leave them because of the cool technologies that they give their customers.
A good example of this is Wildfire the virtual personal assistant. OK, so basically it's a voice activated voicemail system, but it's a lot of fun to play with. You can pick up messages and return calls all without using the phone keypad.
And there are easter eggs too. Try asking her (yes, of course it has a woman's voice) to "do me a favour" and she'll ask "what kind of favour?" in a very distracting tone of voice.
I've been using Wildfire for a couple of years, but yesterday I found out about Wildfire Fax. I get a fax number and any faxes that are sent to that number are stored by Wildfire and I'm send a message. When I want to pick up the fax, I call Wildfire and tell her the number of the fax machine that I want the fax delivered to. It's great if you never know where you'll be from one week to the next. It means that I can publish one fax number to contact me and pick up the faxes anywhere.
Currently on heavy rotation in my CD player is The Cure's new Greatest Hits album. Sure I've already got most of them on the original albums, but it's nice to have them all together and besides, there's an extra CD in the early pressings that has new "unplugged" versions of many of the songs. So I'm happily bouncing around the living room listening to "Boys Don't Cry", "Let's Go To Bed" and "Inbetween Days" and making like it's the 80s all over again.