Proper wireless computing

17 April 2004   0 comments   Misc. links

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Now this is excellent use of an iPAQ; he updates his weblog every day from the nordic pole via a satellite phone. The site is pretty fantastic but maybe mostly to adventurous people unlike me.

I've had a Palmpilot, Psion and iPAQ myself and they've all been failures in the context they were aimed for, i.e. not just being technologically curious. But I doubt that it's the PDA's fault. Instead, it's just that I've really never needed it. I've always had computers near me and when I don't I should use computers anyway.

But this guy gives some meaning to wireless computing. Keep up the good work mate! And good luck with reaching Canada.

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