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    Hollywood Embraces palmOne Handhelds

    palmOne, Inc. today introduced a "Little Black Book" movie sweepstakes, available online at "Little Black Book" premieres nationwide on Aug. 6. You can download the movie trailer (10.4MB) to your Treo - requires Kinoma Player 2.0 for playback.

    In "Little Black Book," Stacy Holt (Brittany Murphy), an associate producer for daytime talk show hostess Kippie Kann (Kathy Bates), is frustrated when her boyfriend Derek (Ron Livingston) refuses to discuss his past relationships. With the encouragement of co-worker Barb (Holly Hunter), she delves into his palmOne(TM) handheld to learn about his ex-girlfriends. The digital footprints of past and present romances are kept on a Tungsten C. This little black book, used for work and play, is the technology star of the film.

    The "Little Black Book" sweepstakes runs through Aug. 31. The grand prize winner will receive an all-expense-paid trip for two to a future Revolution Studios movie premiere in the United States and two Zire(TM) 72 handhelds from palmOne with "Little Black Book" custom black leather cases. Second prize is six movie tickets and six Zire 72 handhelds. The third prize winner will receive two movie tickets and two Zire 72 handhelds. All winners also will receive autographed copies of Carly Simon's latest CD, "REFLECTIONS: Carly Simon's Greatest Hits." Several of Simon's classic songs are featured throughout the film.

    "Handheld computers from palmOne have become a cultural icon of people who are winning at work, home and life," said Page Murray, vice president of marketing for palmOne. "The inclusion in Hollywood movies and television shows of handhelds and smartphones from palmOne illustrates the degree to which people worldwide have integrated the products into their lives. It's gratifying to see our products become cultural icons and symbols of success".

    Also it's time for more girl power from the Disney Channel, which specializes in original movies about strong teenage girls (my girls and I are fans). In "Stuck in the Suburbs," two 14-year-old girls are increasingly tired of their drab life in the burbs until they "accidentally" wind up with a PDA (Treo 600) belonging to a young pop idol and sneakily use it to take control of his schedule and learn first hand about the lives of young celebrities. Sounds like they must have gotten some storyline input from T|C forum members
    Last edited by BustAGroove; 07/15/2004 at 11:01 AM.
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    This looks like a terrible movie.

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