[NTLK] Einstein Network Emulation

R A Parker RAParker at Newted.ORG
Sat Jul 10 13:10:52 EDT 2010


Sorry, I’m not one of the 26 beta testers. I do not have a Mac that is powerful enough nor one which has the right OS. I wish I did. I would be all over that s**t. I do want to provide you with some feedback though.

Newton emulation holds a lot of promise. The networking feature you have worked on is one of the most important features needed, since Einstein itself. You will find yourself among a class of awe inspired Newton programmers and users, forever grateful for the work you have done.

In the future, emulation is where many obsolete (unsupported) systems will find their niche. I imagine a day when I can access my Newton, remotely, across the Internet, using a secure VPN connection. I can choose to carry my Newton with me as well, if I wish. The data can be sync’d with the emulated Newton’s data, running somewhere else.

If it’s hot where you are, maybe you ARE working too hard? 2:54am? Take a break and give yourself a big kudo. You’ve done a fine thing. A fine, fine, thing.

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On Jul 10, 2010, at 2:54 AM, Matthias Melcher wrote:

> Um, I am a bit confused. The network enabled Einstein was downloaded 26 times, but I did not get a single piece of feedback. Is there no interest in Einstein anymore, or just in the network emulation, or is just everyone fried in the heat? The feature is currently good enough for what I wanted, so

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