Going Mobile

Clark Quinn

As a Palm fan (simplicity, solidity, great story about it’s design), the Centro was appealing, having full PIM (notes & ToDos as well as contacts and calendar), cut/copy/paste, a real keyboard, lots of apps, etc, but the browser’s weak, and no GPS or wi-fi is kind of a bummer. And, yes, I know that the iPhone 3G does not have full syncing PIM yet, nor copy/paste. So, something (else) to keep me busy in the mountains.

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iLust? Changing the game

Clark Quinn

Like him or not, he’s changed the face of our digital lives several times: popularizing the GUI interface with the Macintosh, changing the music market with the iPod, and upending the mobile market with the iPhone. It’s been equipped with a bookstore to complement the iPhone Store (media and apps), will play movies, music, and apps. It’s got a moderate suite of PIM, including contacts, calendar, and notes (no ToDos, ahem), and a microphone.

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