Tag Archives: Science and Technology

  • MemoWare

    Posted on September 5, 2003 by admin in Science and Technology.

    I just found an awesome application for those of you running Blazer as your brower on Handspring and other PDAs. As you may already know, Blazer lacks some of the capabilities of other wireless browsers, specifically, the ability to add software directly to the PDA wirelessly. Via an advertisement in Handheld Computing, I was prompted […]

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  • Sharing Calendars

    Posted on August 19, 2003 by admin in Science and Technology.

    Are any Treo 300 users sharing calendars? If so, what applications are you using? What I want to do is to be able to create a separate calendar to handle my son’s academic/after school schedule that will be accessible to both my wife’s and my PDA. I’m going to look at scheduleUS family . I’ve […]

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  • Contacts – Search Box Not Working

    Posted on August 13, 2003 by admin in Science and Technology.

    Okay, this is a new one on me. Recently I got 3 fatal errors on my Treo 300 when using the search box (bottom middle) on the contacts screen. Now I’m not able to use the box at all. While at the Contacts screen, I should be able to press any button on my keyboard […]

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  • M/S Mail

    Posted on July 24, 2003 by admin in Science and Technology.

    I’ve been using M/S Mail for a few weeks and it has been mostly great. Over the last few days, however, after completing an email download it has automatically performed a soft reset on my Treo 300. Or the I get the dreaded message “MemoryMgr.c,Line:4450,Invalidchunk ptr” and then I’m forced to press the reset button. […]

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  • Icon War

    Posted on July 3, 2003 by admin in Science and Technology.

    I don't do too much humor on this page, but this made me laugh. Before clicking the link, just imagine the desktop of your PC when no one is looking. After the loud oafish idiot who accosted me on the Metro at Farragut West this morning, I needed a good laugh. Link courtesy of drsmacko […]

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  • PDA Odyssey

    Posted on May 30, 2003 by admin in Science and Technology.

    It dawned on me last night that until about 2 weeks ago, I’d been without a cell phone since April 1998. And that old Radio Shack CT-350 was heavy and big. Damn that sucked. It got me thinking further about technology and gadget creep. I never really carried much of anything with me when leaving […]

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  • PDA for Sale

    Posted on May 21, 2003 by admin in Science and Technology.

    Anyone interested in purchasing a used (but like new) Palm VIIx? How about a Landware keyboard, compatible with the Palm III and VII series? Give me an offer. You can buy them separately or as a package. I’d don’t want much for them, but don’t offer me $5.00 either. UPDATE: The Palm VIIx has been […]

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  • PDA Update

    Posted on May 21, 2003 by admin in Science and Technology.

    I recently purchased a Treo 300 (color screen – woohoo!). For those of you with “jlandrith@palm.net” in your address books, delete it. That address is no longer valid and your mail will bounce. Simply use my primary email address, which is available here. I got to give credit where it’s due. When I called to […]

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  • Test

    Posted on May 13, 2003 by admin in Science and Technology.

    I’m posting this entry from my new Treo. Cool. (Well, at least it saved the text above, it just didn’t finish the rebuild. At the very least I can save entries while the thoughts are in my head and rebuild when I get to a PC. Still cool.)

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  • Dual Date

    Posted on August 7, 2002 by admin in Science and Technology.

    I recently loaded an new application onto my Palm VIIx. DualDate, which allows a user to share their calendar with others and vice versa. It functioned true to form, except for one major problem. The application slowed down use of the calendar significantly. Really, really, really slowed it down. I had to delete it in […]

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