Mixing ink and data

Hobart's Mindjet Weblog demonstrates some heretofore unplumbed strengths of mindmapping with MindManager Accelerator inside salesforce.com. This is the first case study I’ve seen that begins to unfold some of the enormous power latent in mindmapping and tablet pcs.
Posted on Wednesday, April 6, 2005 at 12:36AM by Registered CommenterJoel | CommentsPost a Comment

jkOnTheRun: Experience Pack for Tablet PC released- get it

Experience_packMicrosoft has released the Experience Pack for the Tablet PC and all Tablet owners should grab this now.

jkOnTheRun: Experience Pack for Tablet PC released- get it

Posted on Monday, April 4, 2005 at 11:39AM by Registered CommenterJoel | CommentsPost a Comment

Microsoft Office Assistance: Demo: OneNote tips and tricks

Microsoft Office Assistance: Demo: OneNote tips and tricks has an outstanding video by Chris Bertelson that walks you through all of OneNote’s many features. A superb introduction! (thanks, jk)

Posted on Saturday, April 2, 2005 at 02:30AM by Registered CommenterJoel | Comments2 Comments

The Pew Tablet: Whatcha Reading?

Mark Payton is IT Director for Vermont Academy, and an articulate advocate of Tablet PCs.

My wife and I were talking the other day, when I mentioned that I had read "my book" while riding a stationary bike. She laughed and asked, "Which one? You are always reading six books."

Little does she know.

Not only do I usually have a half-dozen books of various kinds going, I have that many again, or more, in progress on my Tablet. (More)

Posted on Wednesday, March 30, 2005 at 11:04PM by Registered CommenterJoel | CommentsPost a Comment

Patrick Mayfield: The Ultimate Meetings Management Tool?

Starring the Tablet PC :-)

Yesterday I chaired the quarterly meeting of our training consultants in London. I always look forward to these meetingsl each colleague is a star and as a team we sharpen each other up and complement each other's strengths and weaknesses. For the most part, the trainer's lot is a solitary one: weeks on end delivering training in various parts of the world, with very little connection with their peer community. I look forward to these meetings with great anticipation. (More)

Posted on Wednesday, March 30, 2005 at 10:55PM by Registered CommenterJoel | CommentsPost a Comment

The Student Tablet PC: OrangeGuava for Student Use

The Student Tablet PC: OrangeGuava for Student Use has an outstanding review of the multi-faceted OrangeGuava program for your tablet pc. It gives you multiple desktops, gesture control, integration with the invaluable ActiveWords, and a whole lot more. Good work, Tracy!

Posted on Sunday, March 27, 2005 at 11:40PM by Registered CommenterJoel | CommentsPost a Comment

Review of Fujitsu T4010

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Good review of the Fujitsu-Siemens Lifebook T4010. Lots of great pix.

Posted on Sunday, March 20, 2005 at 01:07AM by Registered CommenterJoel | CommentsPost a Comment

Googgy Software offers 4 new tablet PC products

Googgy Software

Cool site, interesting products. I need some time with the Tablet GTD product to see why I’d use it instead of OneNote and Outlook; but I didn’t want to delay telling of their existence. (Thanks, Marc Orchant!)

From the site:

Getting things done makes it to the Tablet PC...

Tablet PC Launcher runs on your desktop and lets you start programs,

 open documents and search the web without using the start menu.

A fast and free note taking program that opens Windows Journal Files.

Noteet is a tablet PC Write on Screen and Snipping program

 

Posted on Saturday, March 12, 2005 at 07:43PM by Registered CommenterJoel | CommentsPost a Comment

Tablet and Mobile PC Applications Development webcast

Anyone interested in developing Tablet PC apps will want to tune in to this:

Join in March 18th for the first in a series of Tablet Applications Development webcasts designed for .NET Developers. This session focuses on drag-and-drop Tablet PC development using the Agilix InfiNotes .NET controls that quickly and easily add rich ink note-taking functionality to new and existing applications. For more details and attendee login information, go to http://msdn.microsoft.com/mobility/tabletpc/webcasts/.

Tablet PC Partner Marketing

Posted on Thursday, March 10, 2005 at 11:54PM by Registered CommenterJoel | CommentsPost a Comment

abletFactory announces broader support for medical applications

abletFactory focuses on making tablet PCs usable for medical professionals. This company understands the power of using tablets in medical environments, and has a variety of inexpensive software enhancements for tablets. Worth checking into.
Posted on Sunday, March 6, 2005 at 09:55PM by Registered CommenterJoel | CommentsPost a Comment