On 2006-03-24, Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> You chose programatism and battery life over 'eye candy'? Good for you.
> *smile* I'm on the same boat.
> 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.
Oh, there's other things that can be done. A Palm that can take memory
cards, plus Plucker, gives you practically a small portable reference
library. I like Keyring for storing password and other critical info in
encrypted form. If you have memory cards, I like Filez for managing and
moving data around. And then, of course, there's the games that can be
played while waiting for things (the doctor, the cashier, the meeting to
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