From: Bollers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Jan 12 2000 - 21:30:08 PST
Avantgo is fun. (I love downloading maps b-4 I leave for a drive)
Unfortunately, it doesn't work through most corporate firewalls without
firewall modify (albeit an easy modification)
By the way
I've temporarily delayed my internet-content-technology "dot com" play I've
been working on to join the future Worldcom (Sprint actually) as an
eBusiness Specialist. No real stock options but the cash is insane and much
needed since I just moved across the country.
So I'm seeing this merger get geared-up from the inside-out. Scary stuff.
The Sprint culture is Midwest "quality" and Worldcom should chopper-mow that
down pretty well. Not sure which way this position will go, since the Sprint
backbone will probably get sold off....but hopefully I won't be around that
much longer anyway....Let me know if you need a calling card or
David Alan Boller
Organic Machines LLC
9419 Flicker Ave
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gregory Alan Bolcer [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Sunday, January 09, 2000 2:06 PM
> To: FoRK
> Subject: Hot Palm
> So I finally break down and buy a PalmVx. I sign up for
> AvantGo's free web clipping service and exhibit totally addictive
> behavior. The allow you to choose the news channels you want and
> it'll download the specially tailored content in really small newsbits.
> They have most of my favorite sites. Everytime you hit the hotsync button
> on the cradle, it will go through the serial connection to your laptop,
> determine if you are online, and then download the 100-300 small web pages
> to your palm. You can even look at the properties and tell exactly
> how much each channel is sending/keeps resident on your palm. You can
> then take it to the other end of the house to make coffee and read the
> tech news while you are waiting for the latte to foam. Even neater
> is that one channel allows you to put a list of tech stock tickers
> and every time you sync you get the latest tech quote delayed by
> 15 minutes. Not a real time service like Palm.net, but hey, it's free.
> Information that doesn't get real-time updates doesn't need real-time
> synchronization. If you were really into real time stock quotes,
> you'd get
> a blackberry anyways.
> Anways, I can't believe that I've lasted so long without a Palm.
> I can sync
> all my address book info in my Netscape tools with my Palm. Now
> to automate
> my Nokia to synch with it too.
> Greg Bolcer
> email: firstname.lastname@example.org
> web: http://www.endtech.com
> work: 714.505.4970
> cell: 714.928.5476
> fax: 603.994.0516
This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 : Wed Jan 19 2000 - 15:03:07 PST