From: Phil Dixon (pjdixon_at_mac.com)
Date: Wed Jul 09 2003 - 08:16:28 PDT
Mmmm, race logging, eh? Very interesting. As a racing enthusiast and
Vehicle Dynamics researcher, I'd love to see what they did with the
Newton. I'm in the process of developing some similar tools myself.
Just learning NewtonScript... :-)
FYI, I'm new to NewtonTalk since this week a kind friend gave me an
MP2000 to complement my ageing OMP and MP100. The most obvious
question it raised of course, is WHY on earth didn't I invest in an
MP2x00 years ago?!!
It's *wonderful*, especially for logging creative ideas quickly
(sketches and text together), which is near-impossible with a desktop
or laptop. It syncs to my Mac (and therefore .Mac and my T68i) much
easier than my girlfriend's Palm, and the battery lasts forever. Like
most Apple products, it also seems to be totally bulletproof (which is
good, as I really don't want to be without it now)! I have it
connected to a beige G3 (best Mac I have with a serial port!), and find
NewTen and NewtSync to be excellent... Just looking forward to getting
it working on my Airport network!
Question: What's the best app for transferring notes (text+sketches)
into Mac (PICT?) documents (preferably, but not necessarily on OS X)?
On Wednesday, July 9, 2003, at 03:14 pm, Nathan Turnage wrote:
>> I also believe that a race track used Newtons, I think
>> it was the Indy 500 to maintain lap information on all
>> the cars?
> I bought one of those 120s from ebay. I still have that timing app
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