It's interesting to check the blog stats and see what type of keywords lead people to this blog.
Some are interesting, some are odd, but one search dominates, day in and day out.
Even though there aren't that many posts about Kim, she still gets the lions share of the searches. I have said in the past that I don't think Disney understands what they have with Kim, but more and more I am convinced of that.
When I replaced my cell phone I retired my two long-used ringtones. Midi versions of Rush's Limelight and Test for Echo. Both were outstanding and I like them a lot, but they really didn't work for me.
More than once I was in a meeting when the opening riff of Limelight would begin. Because my phone is usually jammed in my pocket, I would struggle to pull out the phone and silence the ringer while the song played and everyone around the table would snicker.
Let's face it. Long ring tones, no matter how cool, are annoying.
This brings us back to Kim Possible. She carries a "Kimmunicator" which is a video phone, pager, computer, analyzer, do anything kind of gizmo.
But the best part is, the Kimmunicator has a very cool, very short ringtone. Four quick notes and it's done. Most people don't even notice it. Though if you are in a crowd you may see some some kids looking around wondering where Kim is.
I couldn't find an official version anywhere, so I created one.
Anyway, I thought I'd share. So here it is:
Kim Possible Kimmunicator Ringtone
To save the sound file you can right click and save it to your computer. This is pretty standard for saving any file.
To move the file to your phone depends entirely on the type of phone that you have. If you have Bluetooth, and know how to transfer files, use the Bluetooth transfer program on your computer and copy the file to the ringtones folder on your phone. If you connect your phone to your computer via a cable, you can copy the file that way. If you have no way to connect your phone to your computer I can't help you.
One of my readers, Ari, had this suggestion:
"One thing I did was email it to my phone. To figure out the "email address" to your phone first send yourself an email from your phone, it works just like a regular text message.(In the "TO:" field put your email address.) then send yourself a message.Go to your inbox and you should have received a message. NEXT (I'm assuming you have already downloaded the MP3 file to your computer... no? Right click > Save Target As > then save it to somewhere you'll remember it.) OK, NEXT step is EMAIL it to your phone, just hit "reply" make sure to take out all text, and do not put a subject to your message, then ATTACH the MP3 file to your message. If all went well, it should have sent to your phone. On my phone I was able to save it as a ring tone. Other phones you'll have to save it as a sound, or you can apply it as a ring tone other ways. If this doesn't work or your confused, I apologize, but this is what worked for me. Thanks again for the super sweet ring tone... oh and you're NEVER too old for cartoons."
I now have an iPhone Kimmunicator Ringtone
Bring on the search engines.
Thanks for stopping in for Kim's ringtone. We at The Adventurers Club are huge fans of a pop punk band, The Dollyrots. Here is the new video for "Twist Me to the Left" from their new record. Please take a minute, watch it, and let us know what you think. Kim, Ron and Rufus think The Dollyrots rule!
'til Disney realizes what they have
Keep the Adventure Alive,