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    Just wanted to recommend the Atomica PQA for anyone not aware of it. You can get it at

    http://ftp.atomica.com/pub/palm/Atomica.pqa

    It's the PQA version of their desktop program, which is fantastic. Just enter a word (or on the desktop, alt-click) and it quickly lookups relevant information. Not just a dictionary definition, not just thesauras entries, but accurate info based on the type of word. For example, a technical description of what a word, term or acronym is. Or the medical description of a term in addition to the dictionary def.

    A lot quicker than Merriam-Webster's PQA also.

    An example. Punch in 'pqa' on M-W, you get a list of possible words you meant, since it doesn't know pqa. Type in pqa on Atomica and you get:

    PQA
    (Palm Query Application) A capability for radio-enabled Palm devices that locates the home page of a wireless application in the Palm itself. Compiled into binary form for compactness, the pre-stored home pages serve as launching pads to the wireless Web site. PQAs are not intended for general Web surfing, rather they are appropriate for fill-in-the-forms applications that are sent to a Web site for further processing.
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    Excellent recommendation, thanks.
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    just tried to go to Atomica and my machine says blazer c ant read that kind of file.
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    that link is an ftp download i believe. you'll have to access from your desktop..
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    Blazer users can use this looooooooooooooong link. Enter it and bookmark it:
    http://aspsweb.snv.omnisky.com/?url=...pqa/index.html

    Tip: copy the entire link in a memo, hotsync it, copy it again and past it into the Blazer edit bookmarks screen.
    My life is in my Treo... Where is yours?
  6.    #6  
    The link is actually an HTTP (web) link, it just happens to go to a server named 'ftp'.

    I like the PQA because it's faster than Blazer loading up a page.

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