Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Abacus for me!

Well, I finally caved in and bought the Abacus Wrist PDA on special - even though I'd just read that Fossil had discontinued them.
Now I'm waiting for it to arrive - hopefully it's not Ginormous (gigantic & enormous).
What sold me was this user review of the watch.

Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Up, up and down...

On a flight to Los Angeles recently, the Linux-based onboard entertainment system just wouldn't work after a number of reboots. Maybe they should have used Windows!

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

CASL is now freeware

The latest version of first Palm programming language I used to write Bible Promises, CASL, has been released as freeware.
After Bible Promises version 1.5, I switched to PDA Toolbox Professional, and haven't looked back.

Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Free Edit takes space

I have been tempted to delete SiEd off my Treo since I realized that it's taking 152 KB of valuable memory. I have a number of freeware Palm Doc Editors loaded, like Zdocj - which is also Open Source and only takes 51 KB of memory. Unlike SiEd, Zdocj can edit compressed Palm doc files. However, SiEd has a macro feature. Oh well - I'll compromise and run SiEd off the Memory Card. Good old PowerRun!