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  1. Camel's Avatar
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    Besides being a phone and the the e-mail, the calender etc.
    What keeps your treo from getting boring?

    This is what keeps me going:

    - Ptunes ( I hate ipods and large music collections. My music is always fresh always new..for me at least)

    - Treo Launcher (wallpapers are great!)

    - Resco Explorer ( I just love it!)

    - Verichat (R.I.P miss u )

    - RMRdiet (gotta keep it up to date)

    ....that's all! Now with VC gone, i lost one of my best !


    Share yours thoughts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camel View Post
    What keeps your treo from getting boring?
    Ahem... Visiting Treo Central and seeing Avatars like yours!

    -Frank
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    1. Treocentral.

    2. Finding another task that must be accomplished on a Treo and only on a Treo, and spending endless hours finding the software to do it.

    3. Music on a 4GB card.

    4. www -- Slashdot and Digg and all that stuff.
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    verichat is still alive...
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    slingbox
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camel View Post
    Besides being a phone and the the e-mail, the calender etc.
    What keeps your treo from getting boring?

    This is what keeps me going:

    - Ptunes ( I hate ipods and large music collections. My music is always fresh always new..for me at least)

    - Treo Launcher (wallpapers are great!)

    - Resco Explorer ( I just love it!)

    - Verichat (R.I.P miss u )

    - RMRdiet (gotta keep it up to date)

    ....that's all! Now with VC gone, i lost one of my best !


    Share yours thoughts
    Never heard of RMRdiet. Have a look at Calorieking.com's Diet and Nutrition Manager for PalmOS. Probably the best program in it's class. It's database is very comprehensive and gets updated every week. There's also a desktop counterpart, which you can sync with your Treo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankxs View Post
    Ahem... Visiting Treo Central and seeing Avatars like yours!

    ok

    -Frank
    Quote Originally Posted by Trevante View Post
    Never heard of RMRdiet. Have a look at Calorieking.com's Diet and Nutrition Manager for PalmOS. Probably the best program in it's class. It's database is very comprehensive and gets updated every week. There's also a desktop counterpart, which you can sync with your Treo.

    RMRdiet is really good. I have used it for a long time and I am very used to it.
    I havent tried Calorieking yet. I heard a lot of good things about it though.
    I might try it if i am bored with RMRdiet
    Made this just for fun...I'm Kermit

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    I used to hate ipods, but now have two. To keep my phone fresh, I owe it all to one company. I don't use my phone for data, just for calendar, contacts, etc. and was getting bored of it until Dialbyphoto was released. It made my wife happy because it made me stop wanting a new phone.
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    1. Constant tinkering with Today screen plugins
    2. Trying out new utilities to make the 750 experience even better
    3. Slingbox
    4. Conduits PocketPlayer with A2DP and AVRCP
    5. Newsbreak 2.0 (used exclusively to download my podcasts - 3G baby!)
    6. Sbp Insight - for my channels and rss feeds
    7. Changing the theme to one of MikeChandler's excellent gradient themes.
    8. Agenda One - great PIM replacement - excellent one handed use!
    9. Push email and PIM sync with Exchange (4Smartphone)
    10. Mobility Today, Treo Central, HoFo, Engadget
    PDA Lineage: Handspring Visor Deluxe, Visor Prism, Casio EM-500, Casio E-200, HP Jornada 568, IPAQ 1910,IPAQ 4150,Ipaq 2750 (with Moto Razr V3), Imate K-Jam,Treo 750,HTC Touch Cruise,HTC Touch Diamond(US)
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    beta testing. Always exciting and interesting to see cool products develop. (But, backup, backup, backup.)
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    The ability to surf websites at work that have been deemed inappropriate or blocked.

    Text messaging.

    Streaming NPR.

    Galaga.

    Looking for new apps.

    I don't care too much about music or counting calories.
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    I never get bored with my Treo...it's able to do too much

    Counting calories would bore me to tears...
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    I never get bored with breathing . . . oh. . . er. . .my Treo.

    It sustains my life.
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    GPS with Telenav so I never get lost.
    Pilot 5K->Palm IIIc->Tungsten T/T2->Treo 650/680 -> Pre+ (1.4.5 & Uberkernel)
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    Install nethack on it. (works even better than I thought, abit tediious)

    Now only if I could find Slash'em for ppc's.....
    Lance
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    (my avatar means "I love you" in sign language.
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    PalmIII->Sidekick I-->Sidekick II -->Sidekick III and now Treo 750 which blows them all away.
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    resets keep me interested as well.....
    makes me learn more about what it can and can't do. Its like an obsession to push it as far as it can go before it crashes...


    which it now did.
    Last edited by cadman; 05/01/2007 at 06:36 PM. Reason: it crashed
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    Hi hi ^_^. Well I have to say DialbyPhoto helps me want to make more phone calls, lol the boring palm interface was getting to me >.<
    Audible to listen some audio books keeps me entertain.
    PocketTunes for my music/internet radio needs .
    TCPMP to watch anime and movies ^.^ (Go DeathNote!)
    And TreoWeather to know what the weather will be in a eye pleasing view .
    As long as my Treo is besides me, I'm rarely bored.
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    Hmmm....

    IRC, IM, Music, Video, Web surfing, emailing, playing games...

    I'm sure there are more things I do with my Treo on a very frequent basis but that list is a good start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aslmentor View Post
    Install nethack on it. (works even better than I thought, abit tediious)

    Now only if I could find Slash'em for ppc's.....
    man, if I installed Nethack I'd never stop playing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherv View Post
    man, if I installed Nethack I'd never stop playing!

    I gotta warn you though, it can be a bit tedious- until you get used to the cramped commands.


    Here it is, in CAB format-
    http://www.aslmentor.com/wolfance/ne...43-ppc.ARM.CAB

    3.3mb download.

    Enjoy-
    Lance
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    (my avatar means "I love you" in sign language.
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