Want ubiquitous wireless access to your email and the Web from a svelte handheld computer? Us too, and Jeff Carlson explains why the new Palm i705 is at least a step in the right direction. Adam returns from the 17th annual MacHack developers conference with a look at the future of the Mac world, and Matt Neuburg offers a short review of the powerful bookmark utility URL Manager Pro.
TidBITS Server Problems -- Just a quick heads-up that we've been experiencing problems with our main Web and email server over the last few days, and since we haven't yet been able to track them down, they're likely to continue for a while
After some years exploring the Web, most of us have collected a number, possibly quite a large number, of URLs that we keep squirrelled away for future reference, in accordance with our habits and interests
The MacHack developers conference - the 17th of which was held last week in Dearborn, Michigan - is tremendously unusual. The keynote starts at midnight, wireless (and wired) Ethernet access is available throughout the lobby of the venue (the Holiday Inn Fairlane), and the age of the attendees ranges from those in elementary school to those approaching retirement
"It's great living in the future," a friend of mine is fond of saying, which for me over the past few weeks has been embodied in using a Palm i705 wireless handheld