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media sorcerer

thanx for this article it is fascinating to see the evolution of technology,

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jbrugue

Has anyone come up with a solution of moving files within your hard disk. I am new to this system and find this limitation very annoying.

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jbrugue

Has anyone come up with a solution of moving files within your hard disk. I am new to this system and find this limitation very annoying.

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MacSnapOn

I had a Newton 130 at one time. I loved it, it went everywhere with me and I used it for a year before it broke down. Of course it was over 6 years old and had been well used before I got it. It beat any Palm device though, and the writing recognition beat Palm One out by a landslide.

The eMate was a great little portable computer that combined the best about the Newton and a laptop computer. Great for the kids to use, and they did up until 2002 when the schools shipped them out to the recycling facilities and started going PC and PalmOne.

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earl_mc

What? I think, there-for iMac

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fortwaldron

Man, you must have written this senseless and juvenile piece of meandering blather on a Windows machine, right?
Oh, I'm sorry - Let me do that again with smaller words.
You are a Nixon!

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NewMediaRoc

I can attest that the Newton is real. My step-father had one years ago when he worked for Rochester Institute of Technology. Apple used to send him lots of products to try out and keep. I'm not sure, but I think he may still have it.

The Newton was almost as big as a small lap top, it was slow as dirt, and had very, very limited capability. But for its time, it was ground-breaking. I remember being a kid thinking how cool it was to have a computer I could carry around in my hand... it even had a couple of games!

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Susie Ochs

The Mac|Life staff has a Newton (and now, an eMate!) and we frequently spend entire minutes joyfully scribbling stuff like "Beat Up Martin" with the stylus and giggling at the handwriting recognition results. Good times!
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Michael Simon

Yes, Newtons are very real. But Steve said Apple had developed a post-Newton PDA that was never released.
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St

You're an a88hole. You write like you're composing a text book, and you mock those who like the PowerPad. Why do you think that's cool? because it's not... You may think you're cool, but, that's not true, you're audience dosent think you're cool, but they think PowerPad is cool, so instead of begrudging, let's place ourselves next to the tragic. Might as well let people think you're with them instead of being a certain braggart not far past your first sentence. I mean s*** Know what im saying? Email me.
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Brendan Bartholomew

"You're" is an abbreviation of "you are," so you just told somebody (The author of this piece? The author of whatever Nintendo-related article on some gaming site you thought you were commenting on?) "...that's not true, you are audience dosent [SIC] think you are cool."Then you said things like, "...so instead of begrudging, let's place ourselves next to the tragic."Then there's this accusation that the object of your scorn is a "certain braggart?"Did any of this make sense in your native tongue? Yes? You think it did? Well I hate to tell you this, but Google Language Tools has let you down, buddy.Know what I'm saying? Email me. 

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Michael Simon

I'd love to respond, but I don't know what you're talking about. PowerPad? You mean the Nintendo thing? 
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colinc

Seriously, what are you going on about? I thought this was great! And no, no one know's what you're saying, it didn't make much sense.

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