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    Didn't see this posted anywhere else....


    http://www.kerton.com/papers/20060117.htm
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    Almost scarily accurate (especially the Win95/IRQ analogy - man, does THAT bring back nightmares!)
    Remember, the "P" in PDA stands for personal.
    If it works for you, it is "P"erfect.
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    Well you can look at it in two ways, you can say they signed up Windows to attract the business side or you can say they signed up Windows because the Palm OS had nothing left to offer.
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    An enjoyable read until he totally lost my respect with this error-ridden paragraph:
    Last year, Microsoft finally enabled non-volatile memory for their PDA OSes, which means that at last, when their devices crash, you don't lose all your data and need to synch to the PC to restore a backup. This was the last critical feature that the PalmOS had over Windows Mobile. In fact, the PalmOS is now notably less capable in that it doesn't have a multi-tasking capable run-time environment (it can't do any tasks in the background).
    Now THIS is the future of smartphones.

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