Tuesday, 11 October 2005

Free personal organiser

I use a PDA, it's a Palm Tungsten T3. It's my life away from the PC, it stores contact deatils, my diary, photos and MP3s. It has Word and Excel and I'm teaching myself Backgammon on it. It comes in at a few hundred quid though and thus not a cheap purchase. Now I've found a free personal organiser! It's at PocketMod and looks great!

21 careful considerations:

TRT said...

I use a Sony Ericsson P800 phone...

TRT said...

Wow! PocketMod is cool!

kat said...

Ace! Sometimes it is quicker to get out a piece of paper and scribble on it. I am going to keep my pocket mod with the PDA. My PDA frightens some people. The pocket mod on the other hand will impress! :-)

kat said...

What I need now is a method of transfering stuff from the PDA, such as the todo list and diary events to my pocket mod. Can you sort it?

Pen! huh!

kat said...

On a much more serious note. I am working with homeless people, at the moment, and this piece of paper could actually help to organise their lives. Thanks.

Echo Mouse said...

Thank you soooo much for this!

I miss my Palm Pilot sometimes. This might solve a lot for me :)

Nogbad said...

So we're looking for an interface? Shouldn't be too tricky! Seriously - glad it works Kat and I really hope it helps.

annarid said...

PDA? Pretty Damn Awkward? What else could it mean? I can't believe I've just printed out a PocketMod!! Complete with SuDoku and Origami!! C'est rigolo!! Cheers boyo.

Nogbad said...

Well here's the Palm Tungsten but I thought you were only speaking Francais ce soir?

annarid said...

But I am....rigolo c'est funny Monsieur (en Francais). I knew you would also appreciate the Japanese and Welsh. No thanks to PT - sounds too energetic and too expensive. So..online a ton ordinateur n'est-ce pas? So I don't email, I PocketMod - is that French? It certainly doesn't sound English.

Wendy said...

hehehe, great find! I am soooo getting my very own pocketmod!

Squid Vicious said...

My fingers are too big. You must have, um, "delicate" features? I use a Palm IIIc for e-books and reading, a i-Paq 2200 for mapping, and the cover of the phone book for my important contacts...

Nogbad said...

The Tungsten has a touch screen so there is no hassle with the size of my fingers and I read eBooks on it and PDFs of course material. It's also great for writing assignments in the pub!

kat said...

........and if you have a fold up keyboard it is almost as good as have a laptop with you. In fact it's better because it will all very nicely fit in your handbag, Squid. :-) By the way, how do you fit the phone book in your pocket?

annarid said...

Old Boy Ridgers still wants to know what a Palm Pilot is. Trying to explain that the PM was instead of an electronic/computerised/intelligent/portable thing (a bit like a diary/notebook plus...) was far worse than banging my head against a brick wall. Does anybody want a husband..........? I jest.

Nogbad said...

Kat - I've git the folding keyboard too and when opened it's not far short of the size of the laptop keyboard.

Anna - No thanks on the husband but next time I'm in the area (no doubt sorting your emailing issues) he can have a look at the Palm - that help?

kat said...

Do you keep it in your handbag?

annarid said...

Kat - what the husband?
Nogbad - thanks muchly - he may even become wise.

kat said...

No, Annarid - I wouldn't let a husband go anywhere near my handbag. :-)

Nogbad said...

Oh Kat - Dave is a nice guy!

annarid said...

But he's still unwise..........