Re: [NTLK] The "Right" Newton

From: Jon Glass (
Date: Sun Mar 24 2002 - 14:15:13 EST

on 3/24/02 5:18 AM, Eric L. Strobel at wrote:

> OK, I guess I should word my point better. My point really is that the
> limiting factor is how soon you run out of room and have to either start a
> new line or start writing words in every nook & cranny on the screen (which
> isn't a behavior most of us are used to). The point is that you only have
> (pixel-wise) 4/3 the room on a 2x00 (320/240) before you have to start
> writing on a new line.

Ah, but on the Newton, this is a perfectly valid way to write! I take
meeting notes, writing furiously, on my 130 in outline mode, and have never
fallen behind, because I _can_ write in every nook and cranny, in a
haphazard manner. :-)

-Jon Glass
Krakow, Poland
"[T]he law . . . dictated by God Himself is, of course, superior in
obligation to any other. It is binding over all the globe, in all countries,
and at all times. No human laws are of any validity if contrary to this."
--Alexander Hamilton, signer of the Constitution

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