PDAs: A Year With The Palm Z22

May 1, 2007
In my article, "PDAs: Back To Basics", I outlined my plan to attempt to simplify some things in my life, and one key area was my PDA use. Having the latest and greatest PDA was always my goal. I couldn't get enough of the new features and capabilities that the newer PDA's offered. Yet over […]

PDAs: Palm Z22 Review

April 19, 2006
I've been trying to simplify my life, and one area is in my use of PDAs. I realized that my PDA use tends to have more to do with tweaking and trying to make the device work better than actually using it as a productivity tool. (See my article "PDAs: Back To The Basics".) So, […]

PDAs: Clear Protection For Your Z22

April 17, 2006
I have always been a proponent of cases for PDA's. I figure that if I spend a lot of money on the PDA, I might as well invest in a case protect it. I stumbled upon Palm's Air Case, and though I don't think it's as robust as Proporta's Crystal Cases (my cases of choice), […]

PDAs: Back To The Basics

April 17, 2006
A recent article on discussed moving to the Palm Z22 as a method of simplifying things got me thinking about just how I use my PDA. I have been reading David Allan's book "Getting Things Done" (GTD), and it has prompted some serious pondering about the fact that so many things in my life […]

T3 Tip #6: Resurrecting a Dead Palm Tungsten T3

February 23, 2006
The other day, I went to turn on my Palm Tungstern T3, and it was dead, and I mean D-E-A-D. No combination of charging, resets, etc. would bring it back to life. I posted a message at (an excellent PalmOS forum) and found some suggestions and links. Fortunately, opening the T3 and re-seating the […]

Review: Proporta Crystal Case for Tungsten T3

September 8, 2004
Given the functionality and portability of PDA's, it's important to me that I always have my PDA with me. Unfortunatly, because of the design and form of many PDAs, unless you have a good case, you simply can't "pocket" your PDA without fear of damaging the screen or inadvertently pressing a button resulting in a […]

Sony to Suspend Clie Handheld Line

June 2, 2004
According to a Palm Infocenter article, Sony is "suspending" it's Clie PDAs, not releaseing any new models to the US market this Fall. This hits hard to many CLie devotees. Despite the news, the Sony Clie NX topics here on will continue to exist. Unfortunatly, I haven't added much new content simply because I […]

T3 Tip #5: Palm Wireless Keyboard Tip

April 2, 2004
If you own a T3 and a PWK (Palm Wireless Keyboard), you don't need to run Preferences to change the Handedness to Left-Handed every time you use it. Just press Alt+Del to change Handedness. Maybe it works with other keyboards too, try it. Paulo Stockinger [email protected]

T3 Tip #4: Tap-And-Hold Alternate Digital Input Areas

March 2, 2004
The Tungsten T3 has several User Interface "enhancements" that aren't always apparant. One great example has to do with the "Virtual Graffiti" or "Digital Input Area" (DIA). Learn how to change the Digital Input area! By default, the Virtual Graffiti area on the Tungsten T3 displays the "standard" Graffiti entry area surrounded by four "buttons". […]

T3 Tip #3: Tap-And-Hold Define Silk Buttons

March 2, 2004
The Tungsten T3 has several User Interface "enhancements" that aren't always apparant. One great example has to do with the "Virtual Graffiti" or "Digital Input Area" (DIA). Learn how to customize the "Silk Buttons"! When the Virtual Graffiti area is displayed, by default, there are four "buttons" surrounding the Graffiti entry area: (going counter-clockwise) Applications, […]
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