On 05/03/02 14:10, "Kevin Webb" <webb3201_at_airmail.net> wrote:
> After a year without a newt (previously used 120,130,2100uthem from
> 96-2000), I have decided I had to pull one of them off of ebay. I
> just grabbed a 2100 and need to ask a few questions to refresh
> myself. I have been lurking this list for the last year, but have
> forgotten a lot of Newt things.
> 1. can I place my memory card into my Powerbook and move packages
> onto the card, then run them? That would be a lot quicker than an
> install process and would save me fighting with making a synch.
> connection (I have a huge Newt software collection)
> 2. can someone point me back to the faq on ethernet cards and networking.
> 3. What happened to my favorite Newton site (www.info-newt.com)
Hasn't been updated over the last few months due to lack of free time. See
<http://www.thisolnewt.com/> for a partial replacement, and this list for
all other announcements. There is also comp.sys.newton.misc and
comp.sys.newton.announce on the Usenet, although the latter is not very
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