Dec 22, 2002
Dec 19, 2002
I also met Evan Williams and Jason Shellen of Blogger the day before yesterday. They were very cool. Unfortunately I took the restroom key with me by mistake. Sorry guys! (Not the best way to make friends...)This would be more funny if we weren't accidentally pocketing the other bathroom keys and leaving an employee or two in the lurch.
Dec 18, 2002
The included Blazer web browser is pretty good at rendering standard html, but I would still try and find the wireless versions of sites to make life easier on a 160x160 screen. My friend sent me a long list of bookmarks ready for installation on the Treo. You can download here.
Right now there is a huge discount on the Treo 300 for new Sprint customers at Amazon.comIf you are a long time Palm user such as myself then you probably have older applications that will find a new home on your Treo, however as with most operating systems, the good applications are 'sold separately'. Here are some of the applications I have found that make using the Treo a bit more useful:
- Buttons-T - adds extended button-to-app mapping [free]
- HandWrite - keep notes in your own handwriting [free]
- RecoEdit Plus - adds Palm's Graffiti to keyboard-only Treos. [free to registered Treo owners]
- Album to Go - Sync and carry color photos on your Palm/Treo [free / requires registration]
- Adobe Acrobat Reader for Palm - includes a compresion utility to squeeze Acrobat docs onto your device [free]
- 2bAnywhere Mail - Only mail client that I've been able to sync up and send using IMAP [free]
- Treo Tools - adds intelligent sleep function to the phone [free trial / $7.50]
- SnapperMail - a great mail client made with the Treo in mind. Has some features that 2bAnywhere lacks.[$31 - $54]
Dec 16, 2002
Dec 13, 2002
[update: 12.16.2002] Turns out it's not your average rain storm. On Friday, most of the Pyra team and I saw the rear end of a mid-size Japanese car resting peacefully atop the front of a VW Golf in downtown SF care of the slick conditions. In addition, my fence is minus one fence post due to almost 100 mph winds and the hillside near my house is slowly sliding towards the street. Hatches will be battened!
Dec 12, 2002
Dec 10, 2002
Dec 7, 2002
Dec 5, 2002
What other people have you found with blogs, they don't have to be powered by Blogger, who were famous or well known before they began blogging? (In other words, Jason Kottke would be disqualified because he is famous for blogging.Here are a list of authors, journalists, and other folks who I am aware of already: Chris Matthews, Dan Bricklin, Ray Ozzie, Barbie, Douglas Rushkoff, Wil Wheaton, RuPaul, Virginia Postrel, Jon Udell, Scott Rosenberg, Neil Gaiman, Roger Avary, Lawrence Lessig, Adam Curry, Seth Godin, Jeremy Allaire and Neal Pollack.
Who can you think of? I would appreciate it if you would spread the word. Thanks.