Here’s a smart little piece of open source software to start your Wednesday. BitPim is used to modify CDMA cellphone data—you know, things like ring tones, wallpaper, address books, alert sounds, videos, etc. It just hit version 1.0 and I recommend you check it out, especially if you’re a Verizon Wireless user like me. VZW likes to gimp its cellphones like nobody’s business, making it nearly impossible to do something as simple as put on a funny ring tone (I use the Viva Piña theme on my phone!).
BitPim doesn’t work with all cellphones out there, but at least it’s compatible with both USB connections and Bluetooth.