Archive for August, 2005

You can run Sabrina, but you can’t hide from the Newton. I was able to finally get a screen shot of “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” from the episode “Terrible Things”. Looks like the Apple Newton was forced (much like everyone falling from grace in Hollywood) to do a cameo on Sabrina, here as an expensive […]

Take a look at my collection of Newton items for trade: I have moved on to some different things (as you might be able to determine since the site is updated so infrequently) and now I’m moving on again. This brings me to the sad fact that I need to move away from the Newton […]

Looks like with the latest release from Opera – aptly named Mini Opera. Of course for all the issues that other handhelds have with their browsers I still believe that Danger got it right. Read more at Opera’s website. Instead of requiring the phone to process Web pages, it uses a remote server to pre-process […]

Here is a preview of what’s next from the Software development team (speaking as it’s one and only member), Auction Lots. The simplest way to track online auctions; easy access to current bids, end times, seller information and so much more. Auction lots allows you to place bids, sign in, and set bidding reminders; all […]

Number 10!


An article at takes a look back at the “Top 10 tech we miss” (as interpreted by the writers of course). What’s so astonishing about it is how dead on I agree with a few of the items they listed. Were talking items as majestic as manned space exploration and . . . the […]

Since very few readers would watch “The Comeback” I’m releasing these photos of the Sidekick in action. Talk about stealing a scene. With such clean lines and a full QWERTY keyboard no one on set can compete.

It’s been a while since the last post but I just wanted everyone to check out for my latest program, Chalkboard Jumble. With two (soon to be three) different games wrapped up in one it’s certainly worth a download. Feel free to email me with any comments or suggestions for it’s future development. I’d […]