[NTLK] Late to the Party

Martin Ossio martinossio at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 9 14:39:03 EDT 2019

Hi everyone!

I am new to this list, but have loved since the first day I had mine.

I have just bought and finished seeing the film "Love Notes to Newton”.
I loved it!
And it was a pleasure to see so many important heroes in the Newton Community.

I love the enthusiasm of everyone and the notion to help Newton to live forever!

I am re-starting to use Newton OS everyday as my main calendar, beside notes, and to register working hours.
I truly hope we could print to PDF, that would take the power of the Newton to more exportable heights!

If I cannot find a ready made solution (for printing to PDF), I hope to be able to invest in the initiative in the near future to make one.

Now that the patents have expired, the arrival of new or virtual Newtons is imminent!

Rearranging intentions in the Calendar is such fun and so quick. (Just remember to select 2 days or more to move things from one day to another, or from one week to another).

I also Love Einstein, which I consider the door to having a sort of new Newtons, maybe in the form of a Samsung Note or similar.
(Although I do miss my telescopic Newton pen of my now lost 130).

I just wanted to mention that I come with Full energy and enthusiasm of someone that have just arrived, and am committed to help the community in every way, to give new energy to broadening Newton usability in what it has always been its own talents (and understand the message, that not all is needed).

Long live / Forever Newton  :)

PS: Thanks for the wonderful NewtonTalk.net <http://newtontalk.net/> initiative of saving the email list!!!  

> On Apr 8, 2019, at 10:34 PM, Dennis Swaney <romad at nvwisp.com> wrote:
> Unfortunately, I'll be out of town and away from my Newton.
> Sincerely,
> Dennis B. Swaney
> "Cogito Ergo Mac"
> On Mon, Apr 8, 2019 at 5:15 PM Sylvain Pilet <sylvain at pilet.net> wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> In a few days, the Computer History Museum in Mountain View is organizing
>> a screening of Noah's film "Love Notes to Newton".
>> Many of us are unable to travel to this event, although we would very much
>> like to attend.
>> Also, Cedric Sartout and myself, have a suggestion for all of us.
>> The idea would be to be able to thank Noah for the excellent work he has
>> done. For that we suggest you to take a picture (or a selfie) of you and
>> your Newton this Friday, April 19, 2019, the day of the screening of the
>> film at CHM, and send it to Noah (by phone, email, Twitter, Facebook...) to
>> be a little present with him.
>> We just ask those who have a Newton equipped with backlighting to turn it
>> on, because we would like to call this special day, the “GreenDay"!
>> And why not start again every next year, if many of you are
>> participating....
>> Don't forget April 19, 2019
>> Sylvain Pilet
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>> [NPDS Tracker]
>>> Le 2 avr. 2019 à 01:58, Noah Leon <moosefuel at gmail.com> a écrit :
>>> Hi everyone,
>>> For anyone in the area, the registration to see Love Notes to Newton at
>> the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California is now open. I
>> have some surprise panelists, Steve Capps and possibly Walter Smith.
>> https://connect.computerhistory.org/pages/events/2019-04-love-notes-to-newton
>>> Thanks everyone! If you’re in the area hope to see you there.
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