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    i found my error, i was downloading the program to the card and not to the unit.
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicbiker View Post
    What can you expect from a man that walks around wuth a crow sitting on his shoulder?
    ya know what they say... "as the (drunk) crow flies!"
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    Man and that thing was tippsy all day. But I gotta say - had my hubby wondering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Man and that thing was tippsy all day. But I gotta say - had my hubby wondering.
    We all are wondering about Hiram
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    I never would have thought I would say this, but I love my Palm T/X and use it every day . . . I've consolidated all 103 (or so) of my lists that I had on scraps of paper (everything from ideas of where to place caches, fall to-do projects, my 2006 Christmas lists, house projects, ATV Club projects, oil boilers that I am considering purchasing, etc., listen to the MP3 songs that I burned from my CDs (the quality isn't half bad -- I use earbuds while snowmobiling . . . otherwise the sound is a bit tinny coming out of the rear speaker), schedule everything on to the calendar and have used the wi-fi aspect more than one time.

    And of course, the second thing I never thought I would say . . . I'm now paper-less or as close to being paperless as possible. I still write out a list of planned caches in an area with a rough sketch of the order I want to do them, but otherwise no more sheets of paper for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    I never would have thought I would say this, but I love my Palm T/X and use it every day . . . I've consolidated all 103 (or so) of my lists that I had on scraps of paper (everything from ideas of where to place caches, fall to-do projects, my 2006 Christmas lists, house projects, ATV Club projects, oil boilers that I am considering purchasing, etc., listen to the MP3 songs that I burned from my CDs (the quality isn't half bad -- I use earbuds while snowmobiling . . . otherwise the sound is a bit tinny coming out of the rear speaker), schedule everything on to the calendar and have used the wi-fi aspect more than one time.

    And of course, the second thing I never thought I would say . . . I'm now paper-less or as close to being paperless as possible. I still write out a list of planned caches in an area with a rough sketch of the order I want to do them, but otherwise no more sheets of paper for me.
    So far I'm really enjoying it, I downloaded all my spreadsheets for work to it, so now I can do my officework while I'm at the site, and I saved about 1/2hr today just doing the paperwork as I go through the day. (I even stopped at staples to get a game pack, and dictionary/thesaurus) I finally figured out cachemate & gsak with the palm, now I just gotta figure out how to use the GPS with all of it. Can anyone explain the bluetooth and the beaming thing? My GPS has bluetooth, and my TiX has bluetooth, if I get 30 other people with the same units in the same room do we have a full set of teeth that can communicate??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    . . . Can anyone explain the bluetooth and the beaming thing? My GPS has bluetooth, and my TiX has bluetooth, if I get 30 other people with the same units in the same room do we have a full set of teeth that can communicate??
    Nope . . . what you get is a typical resident of Unity . . . as opposed to the folks in the rest of the County who don't have blue teeth (or even green teeth for that matter) . . . they're just missing half of their teeth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    So far I'm really enjoying it, I downloaded all my spreadsheets for work to it, so now I can do my officework while I'm at the site, and I saved about 1/2hr today just doing the paperwork as I go through the day. (I even stopped at staples to get a game pack, and dictionary/thesaurus) I finally figured out cachemate & gsak with the palm, now I just gotta figure out how to use the GPS with all of it. Can anyone explain the bluetooth and the beaming thing? My GPS has bluetooth, and my TiX has bluetooth, if I get 30 other people with the same units in the same room do we have a full set of teeth that can communicate??
    I've used the word processing program a few times for editing purposes -- but without a keyboard the process is a bit slow for me. I thought about getting a game, but I already spend way too much time in the bathroom playing Solitaire.
    "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."

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    FFJ, have you ever played the Palm through a stereo? I'm wondering if that quality is halfway decent. Lee might like to get one before the end of the month, I have $40 off until then. Coming past Birch Street anytime in the future?
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