__/ [ Guy Bannis ] on Friday 24 March 2006 05:37 \__
> In article <1143175225.775834.127750@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> casioculture@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>> After a couple of years in PocketPC land, with much frustration, I'm
>> back to palm. I deliberately chose an OS4 palm, not one of those OS5
>> pocketpc-wannabe new devices.
You chose programatism and battery life over 'eye candy'? Good for you.
*smile* I'm on the same boat.
>> I forgot what good software there is... I remember plucker, weasel
>> reader, datebk, diddlebug... what else? recommend some please (don't
>> tell me to go to palmgear).
> What do you want the software to do?
If you have audio support, get a decent MP3-playing program and buy yourself
an SD card to 'store the goods'. That aside, all I have been using for the
past 3.5 years (having messed about with flashy purposeless applications) is
the built-in PIM. In practice, there's not much more to life. Heavy work is
better off done on a full-sized workstation.
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