Re: [NTLK] NTLK: CNET Article on Handspring

From: Oliver Brose (
Date: Tue Jun 11 2002 - 12:52:03 EDT

>Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 06:16:56 -0700
>From: Joseph DiMattio <>

> >From a June 10, 2002 article:
>NEW YORK--Handspring believes the future of handheld devices will be
>typed, not written.
>Well, duhhh.
>Looks like it's back to the future. :)

*lol* Yeah, why upgrade the product with better processors and
software if you can just kill a flimsy input-system with another
flimsy input-system? Medical research shows that sending SMS with
your cellphone leads to a more flexible and muscular thumb, so if you
consider that desireable, go get a handspring with keyboard only!

Oliver :)

I refuse to modify my behaviour just so some mechanical device can 
function properly. That really doesn't make sense.
The Newton isn't a "revolutionary" device, it's an "evolutionary" adapts!                        - from

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