How PDAs have moved on

I was clearing out some drawers and came across this old Compaq IPAQ Pocket PC, something I haven’t used for around 5 years. At the time – summer 2002 – it was the height of sophistication and technology. Not only did it sync with your PC, but it has Bluetooth, mapping software, plus basic Word even Excel should you so […]

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Stuff No One Told Me

via stuffnoonetoldme.blogspot.com Love this new blog I stumbled upon today, in the vein of Stuff White People Like, but adorned with lovely images by the Barcelona-based illustrator (and blog author) Alex Noriega. Some entries are funny, some are simply truisms, all look beautiful. Go on, stick it in your RSS Feed – you know you want to. – More Stuff […]

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When books, the web and video collide

People have been trying to get books to work online for a while. There are a variety of book social media sites, such as the Amazon-owned Shelfari, goodreads and Bookrabbit, to name just three.  We also have the much-heralded arrival of the Kindle (Amazon again), numerous other e-readers and even iPhone apps, such as Stanza. Then there are the TV […]

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