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Julie’s Gear Diary


julie@the-gadgeteer.com

My
Gear List

PDAs (in order of usage)


Treo 650
Dell X50v

ACCESSORIES
Stowaway BT Keyboard

miniSync
Retractable Sync Cable
2 in 1 Comfort Grip
Shorty Stylus

POCKET PC SOFTWARE
Pocket TV Browser
DateCalcCE
Total Commander/CE
eReader
Paint Artist by Conduits
PocketTV Enterprise
TDLaunch
Calendar+

PALM OS SOFTWARE
Noah Lite Dictionary by ArsLexis
Pocket TV Browser by DoubleBit Software
TV Grid Listings by NJ Software
ScreenShot by LinkeSOFT
Dates! by Marty Wilber
File Man by Bits and Bolts
BackupMan by Bits and Bolts
eReader
Action Names by iambic
Pocket Tunes by Normsoft
Vexed
Astraware Games

TV GEAR
Mitsubitshi 65" RPTV WS-65313
Samsung TS160 HDTV/DirecTV
ReplayTV
(2)

MISC
SunDog gear bag
Louis Vuitton Nil
bag

OTHER
Apple 40gb iPod
DMC800
Direcway Satellite DW6000
ReplayTV
DVR

Logitech MX Laser Mouse
Pentax Optio S4
Nikon Coolpix 8800 digicam


 

My
Amazon WISH LIST

Buy me something on this list, and I will write about it and thank you
personally in my diary!


NOT GADGET RELATED

Links
Digg
My eBay Postings
LEGO
Cummins Inc.
Stewart-McDonald

Music I’m Listening To
Coldplay

Book I’m Reading
Nothing at the moment. Recommend something to me

Last Movie I saw in a Theater
The Butterfly Effect

(Interesting)

Last Movie I watched on DVD/ Satellite
Jersey Girl (Lame)

TV Shows I’m Watching
Alias
Lost
ER
Joey
Will & Grace
Attack of the
Show

Extreme
Makeover

Two and a
Half Men

King of Queens
Gilmore
Girls

Grey’s Anatomy

 

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4 thoughts on “We are in the process of moving to a new host. As a result, no new content will be posted in the next few days.”

  1. While this device sounds pretty good for home use, in a big company all data is passed through a firewall. And if the IT folks are any good, they are producing reports based on traffic, not what files are left on your hard drive.

    For example, we produce monthly reports of the biggest “surfers” in the company. And the firewall logs just about everything you’d ever want to know about were they visit.

    Big brother is real! 🙂

  2. I agree 100%. As always, the best advice for visiting “questionable” sites at work is simple: Don’t. Do whatever you want in the privacy of your own home, but don’t jeopardize your job by thinking that products like this will prevent you from being monitored.

  3. Of course, a legitimate use for this would be wanting to surf websites and retain bookmarks and history everywhere you go.

    But why pay $99.95 for a glorified 128MB USB Memory stick running a fixed version of Netscape? Why not instead buy a normal 128 MB USB Memory stick (starting at $25 at buy.com) and run Mozilla Firefox off of it with this tip:

    http://texturizer.net/firefox/tips.html#oth_usb

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