It’s a tiny little app that adjust the quality of the picture taken by the Camera on the Treo. The quality of the pictures are pretty good and really useable. You can see from the pic below, of the junk left behind in Pizza Hut, there is a good level of detail in the shot
Continuing the series..
This has turned the Treo into a truly usable device. It means that you don’t have to press other keys prior the letter to get either the capital or the alternative character. It means that you can enter text with one hand, simply hold down the key for the capital, or press it twice in quick succession to get the alternative character. It also takes into account the favorite buttons set in the phone app. For instance, if I press ‘H’ I get a ‘h’ if I press and hold, I get a ‘H’ if I press it twice in quick succession I get ‘$’, but if I hold it down even longer, it fires up Hotsync.
Getting around to writing up all the apps on my treo in one go, has turned out to be just too much of a big ask. So I’ve decided to talk about one app at a time..so let’s see how many apps we get too!
Pretty much the first app to be moved over to the treo from my Palm V. It just adds so much more functionality to the datebook app. I tried datebk5 before just too big. After a hard reset I never bothered digging the registration code out for Datebk, the functionality just wasn’t there. Agendus allows you to create to-do’s,meetings, calls all from the same screen, you can view the next 14th days ahead and loads of other cool things too.
Today leaving the office I asked for a cab and got a chauffeur driven car. A man dressed in a suit collected me and opened the door for me to the brand new Silver Rover 75. I was then whisked across Manchester City Centre being referred to as Dr Evans, was I warm enough and I got to read a brand new paper in the back….It was great..A shame it had to end so quickly.
Binary increase congestion TCP is one of three new protocols being examined by US universities. read more here
I blogged on this on my IBM blog but gizmodo is getting stories later than engadget..hmm..looks like engadget is winning the war.
there’s a new version of agendus out, version 7.06 and it uses the D pad..cool. just the other day I was thinking this needs some work. But hey it’s here now and works a treat..
1. Clean up blogroll..
2. write that about me page.
3. fix the what listening/reading
4. possibly move to another ..still thinking this one through…still no happy with blogger
5. write to mfop2 as to why the title text doesn’t work.
6. get the rss reader going again..but handrss for the palm is great.
This is more of a problem at work that with my own private email, but here’s a guide to controlling your email.
First of all there is the e-mail that they’ve read and there’s no action associated with it and they don’t need to keep it for reference. It shouldn’t really be in there any more because it’s finished with and it should have been deleted. But… they haven’t got round to deleting it yet. So, for now, it’s just sitting there…
Second is the e-mail that they’ve read and there’s no action associated with it but they think they may need to refer back to it at some later date. That one really shouldn’t be in there any more either because it should be filed away somewhere. But…they haven’t got around to filing it away yet. So, for now, just sitting there…
Third is the e-mail that they’ve read and they’ve decided there is an action on it but they haven’t quite decided what that action is yet. The e-mail is parked there as a reminder that they need to do something about it… once they figure out just exactly what it is that they want to do. So, for now, it’s just sitting there…
Fourth is the e-mail that they’ve read and they’ve decided that there is an action on it and they have actually decided what it is that they want to do but they just haven’t quite got round to doing that action yet. The e-mail is parked there as a reminder that, when they get some time in between all those meetings that they have to go to, they really need to do that action that they’ve decided to do. So, for now, it’s just sitting there…
Fifth is the e-mail that they’ve read and they’ve figured out what it was that they needed to do about it AND they’ve actually done that action. But now someone owes them a reply and so the e-mail is parked there as a reminder that they have done something but the game isn’t over yet because somebody owes them something back and they might need to chase it. And if they lose sight of the e-mail they might forget that the thing isn’t finished yet. So, for now, it’s just sitting there…
Sixth – and this is the only type of e-mail that really belongs in an in-box – is the one they haven’t read yet.