The war continues... Pray for the troops.
11:12:46 AM # comment  trackback 
I stumbled into a fancy watch site that had Palm technology in them - Fossil which pointed me to MSN Direct.
According to the site - they'll be making MSN Direct available in the fall. Seems kind of interesting to me. I've given up on watches because time isn't too significant to me (I'm not in a lot of meetings and either iCal or my handspring visor or various computers will beep to remind me to be somewhere). But a watch that can have some useful info appear could be an interesting toy... here's hoping that they won't be huge... just going to have to wait and see how they appear in the fall.
9:52:19 AM # comment  trackback 
George W. Bush finds himself in danger of becoming the first president since Herbert Hoover to oversee a decline in the country's employment. By David Leonhardt. [New York Times: NYT HomePage]
9:01:32 AM # comment  trackback 
This'll be cool stuff to have when it comes along. Imagine walking along with a single page of digital paper what holds the whole New York Times or a book. I'm wondering what else you'll need to carry along - this is spiffy display, but it doesn't have the processing power or memory to do much but display something. Maybe a book where the processor/battery/memory are all in the binding with a few pages?
8:47:53 AM # comment  trackback 
Scientists keep coming up with interesting discoveries - now we know why dung beetles go in a straight line after they poop. I would have never even thought to wonder about such a question. Makes me wonder what other really interesting discoveries are just waiting to be announced.
8:37:31 AM # comment  trackback 
I like VMware - it just worked on a workstation. You could be running windows or linux and then fire up vmware to be running linux or windows :-) The idea is that vmware provided software which created a virtual computer for you to install any operating system you wanted on that virtual computer. This translated into giving linux users a windows vmware disk which allowed them to run outlook. You could also switch between the vmware session and the native operating system and they provided cut and paste and networking features. I've used vmware on linux and on windows 2000 - it just worked well.
8:22:08 AM # comment  trackback 
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