I changed the font tags on the journal text. I think it is still easy to read, but allows more text without scrolling. Let me know if you don’t like the change.
I’ve had a 3Com Palm Pilot for a few months, but because of synching issues with my G3 tower at work(where my contact and schedule data resides), I have not really started using it until today. I installed the software on my machine at home, and hooked the Hot Sync cable up to it. I soon discovered that the Macintosh software isn’t compatible with Mac OS 8.5. Right now I am trying to get some third party software to work, but I am getting very frustrated by these complications. I use Chronos Software’s Consultant now for my contact management and scheduling needs. Previously, I used Now Contact and Now Up to Date, which I liked a lot more, but Now Software was bought by Qualcomm and, while they are releasing a follow package named Eudora Planner, I don’t have time to wait for it.
The new version of Consultant comes with the ability to synch with the Palm devices, but it means I have to upgrade to a developmental version of the Conduit software. I’m downloading it now. There are a ton of Pilot sites on the Web, and I will add a new section of them on the links page after the dust settles from these projects.
I have to launch a new site at work tommorrow morning. I’m frustrated with the amount of time I have to spend on this task. I want to create high quality work, but don’t have enough time to be painstaking about it. I’m hammering away on it now though.
Jakob Neilson has an insightful article on Personalization in alertbox.
Well I have to get back to the site for work. I have more on my software experiences of the last 24 hours, but it can wait.