On 2005-06-14, Debo <email@example.com> wrote:
> RS> Back in 2002, I spent the first few months messing about with all the
> RS> exciting features like Internet, E-mail and games. For the past 2 years all
> RS> I have ever done is what I got a PDA for in the first place: scheduling and
> RS> music. I leave the rest to the proper 14+" workstations.
> I bought a PalmIIIx a few years ago for 50CAD, and it was stolen about a
> year later. I decided to buy a newfangled Clie TH55, and found that I had
> the same experience as you: I messed around with the 'fringe' media
> features for about a month. Now the only things I really use are the
> to-do list and the datebook.
> I have to admit, though, that the camera and the audio recorder are
> extremely useful, despite the low quality of the resulting media. The
> camera especially helps me keep a photo-essay of my life, which is sort of
> necessary now that my memory seems to be slipping on me.
> I find the wireless LAN access to be mostly useless to me... maybe one day
> I'll find a valid reason for having it. Interfacing with the web with only
> a stylus is frustrating in the extreme, IMO.
I'd like WLAN on my Palm so I can control the music in my house
remotely via SSH. Sadly, I have a T|E, so that ain't going to happen for
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