Date: Thu Mar 24 2005 - 04:29:25 PST
The NWA is supposed to send regular newsletter updates. However, if you visit
Newtontalk and David A's web site, you will have the latest news, such as it
is (with a good 25-75 percent of content being on Mac OS X syncing, eMate
hinge repairs, and how to contact Hiroshi about his wi-fi drivers).
Some months ago, a Newton user in Brazil was talking up his plans to produce
a newsletter and publish some eBooks, but it never amounted to anything.
That's quality you can see...
Maybe his Newton burned up in the rain forest?
Hey Marty, I don't EXPECT others to publish or reprint. However, I find it
SAD that out of an estimated 5,000-10,000 Newton users worldwide today, only TWO
of us publish on a fairly regular basis.
On a bright note, we at least have a knowledge base of experienced users and
some folks that still actively involve themselves in new Newton development!
The Newton and its support community are great, but things could be even
better, with the active participation of a few more members out there.
In a message dated 3/23/2005 10:56:06 PM Eastern Standard Time,
Ha! Newsletters. That's good one!
Actually, since Dave Abramowitz is on our board, maybe we can
consider Green Light Go our newsletter. :)
Goodwin, Greg P. wrote:
>They sell newsletters? :D
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