I downloaded and installed graphing calculators for my Palm today.
Now I can choose between HP48SX, HP48GX and HP49G on my handheld
The website version of Power 48 does not run HP49G.
There is an update available here.
Calculator ROMS are available here.
Trying to learn about RPN from Wikipedia, I landed here.
Voidware, hpcalc.org and HP calculator museum were interesting too.
I love Wikipedia for many reasons
- It is a dynamic encyclopedia
- It is free
- I can contribute to it
- It unleashes the full power of hypertext and enables the knowledge seeker to reach new limits effortlessly
Now there is one more reason to love it.
- It runs offline on my Palm.
I discovered the possibility just 5 hours ago. Thanks to the download speeds and possibilities in the U.S., Wikipedia is now running off-line on my Palm
The Piel Frama case for my handheld was delivered to me today.
After spending 74 USD, I’m learning to love the new look of my Palm TX.
I had earlier, earlier this month, bought a new Palm TX handheld with a 2 gig card.
I didn’t realize what a pain the Palm desktop was until today. I had, stupidly, hard reset my handheld after the installation of Agendus had failed. Then came the ordeal. I couldn’t recover data from my earlier hot syncs. I couldn’t use the same user name. I couldn’t get all the proggies to synchronise at once. After 10 hard resets of the hand held and installing / uninstalling Palm desktop, Documents To Go, Adobe reader for Palm, multiple times, I finally have every thing working except Palm Quick install.
I spent 10 hours today to setup this stupid handheld.
My final list of Palm programs includes:
- Adobe reader for Palm
- Documents To Go
- Geo Pro
- Versa Mail
- Wifi LT
- Easy Calc
- Pocket Quicken
- Periodic Table of Elements
- Teal Info
- Unit Conversion Pro
It’s been such a long effort to get this stupid hand held set-up.
Now I can go ahead and waste my time punching in a gazillion contacts.
At least today, it looks to me like CASIO PV-S1600 is the best hand held in the whole world.