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"Tom Accuosti" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > spake unto us, saying:
I'm still reading paper books. My latest is Winston Churchills first
volume on World War 2. Interesting reading. :-)
I use my Palm as a calculator, for creating/maintaining small databases
(address/phone book, home inventory, etc.), and for playing games mostly.
Then again, I'm still in the process of exploring its uses, and I'm sure
I'll outgrow this one fairly quickly.
Yes, there are a lot of useful apps out there for PalmOS. I really
like the freeware DB database, HandyShopper, and the Parens calculator,
and even some of the little utilities I've found like X-Master and
BatteryLog are extremely handy.
I just bought a second Palm folding keyboard for my m105 (in case the
first one breaks) for US$4 + S&H on half.com.
It's the same model as my first one -- the type by Think Outside that
folds by quarters into a square slightly larger than the Palm itself,
and while it does seem fairly sturdy and probably won't break, I just
couldn't refuse the price on the second one. :-)
-Rich Steiner >>>---> http://www.yqcomputer.com/
~rsteiner >>>---> Eden Prairie, MN
OS/2 + eCS + Linux + Win95 + DOS + PC/GEOS + Executor = PC Hobbyist Heaven!
Applications analyst/designer/developer (14 yrs) seeking employment.
See web site above for resume/CV and background.