from a century ago can still get stations to listen to. Watch for digital radio in the future to end that also.
I finally had to abandon my old Palm TX. It is a "mature" product that is no longer adequately supported by Palm, and as a result the developers who write programs for it (like the Epocrates product I use daily) are not interested in putting much effort into maintaining it. I guess we live in a throw-away society?
I was surprised at how few PDA devices there are left on the market. Everybody is selling "smart phones" but I don't want a phone for this task, partly because phones don't work inside my office and partly because I don't want people thinking they can get me on the phone when I'm at work.
It turns out that the iPod Touch is one of the few PDAs left, and it is the only one I could find that will run the program I use. I was shocked by the price. Maybe my employer will pay for it. Maybe.
It's a slick little device, and it is sure fast compared to the old Palm, but I hate the idea that an electronic device made just a few years ago is so "mature" that it is useless. Maybe because I am also "mature"?