Re: [NTLK] Fighting Complacency within the Newton Community

From: Ulises Gerardo <uice_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Mon Jul 31 2006 - 12:51:57 EDT

Hi all, I'm an art director at a computer gaming company in California. Out of 80 people in the company I'm the only one that uses a Mac and I might add a Newton 2100. Everyone thinks I'm crazy but the fact that it works so well in meetings taking notes or recording and keeping me organized with my many projects just amazes people and now they're even considering getting one.
Everything I've learned to keep this working has been from this site. If I had a question I would do a search before asking. It's in the rules! There have been very few times where I didn't find the answer I was looking for. So I would post the question. Well, they must of been hard questions because they were never answered.

This post about making sure people post and not be lurkers is crap! So to whoever wrote it sorry but come on guys, really how many of us Newton users are there? Its great to come to work and see what people have written and what problems people are having. Just to know that there are other crazy people like me in love with such a cool and helpful machine makes me happy. To tell you the truth I hate responding to people in the list, I would respond directly because it's just easier. So there, my quota might not ever be filled because of it.

I didn't mean for this to be so long but whatever. Now I feel like I've contributed and if no one reads it, thats cool because I read everyone's messages and learn from all of you and I just want to say I'm very, very grateful.

Thanks.

                 
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