Monthly Archives: March 2009

Oregon Beer, Coffee, Wine, Spirits and more…

Friend of Clicks and Bits, and partner in numerous other ventures, David Burn, recently launched Liquid Oregon, a blog/resource for all kinds of tasty beverages flowing out of the craft drink mecca of Oregon.

Subtitled, “It’s in the water,” is an apt description of what appears to be an over-abundance of the craft trade. Numerous craft breweries, premier coffee roasters, and a valley producing some of the finest wines in the country. Something is clearly happening in the water.

Liquid Oregon - beer, coffee, wine, spirits and more at liquidoregon.com

David’s description of the site is “Liquid Oregon is dedicated to the promotion of locally-produced coffee, wine, beer, micro-distilled spirits, drinking vinegars and artisan sodas.” I think he is underselling, you are also getting a master narrative from a fine wordsmith.

Give him a visit and spread the love: http://www.liquidoregon.com/

Forward iPhone voicemail to Google Voice


For all the cool kids with both iPhones (or any GSM-based phone) and a Google Voice (previously GrandCentral) account, forward your unanswered calls to Google Voice to receive the voicemail and a transcript in your email account.

Step 1:
On you iPhone (or any GSM-based phone), pull up the keypad and type the following, substituting 1234567890 with your 10-digit Google Voice/GrandCentral account:
*61*1234567890#

Step 2:
Log in to your Google Voice account and turn on Do Not Disturb mode.

That’s it. All unanswered calls to your iPhone will instantly be dropped in to your Google Voice voicemail.

To restore your iPhone to the original visual voicemail settings, pull up the keypad and enter:
##61#

Your settings will be restored.

Cross-posted from http://www.sh2.com/blog/iphone-to-google-voice/