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Re: OT: Suggestions for PDAs?

I use a moleskine too.  Love it, highly recommended.   Odd to consider it as a pda but that is basically what it is, a cheap man's pda of sorts. 


On 9/19/06, Grumpy_Penguin <grumpypenguin qwest net> wrote:
On Tuesday 19 September 2006 02:25 pm, alan wrote:
> On Tue, 19 Sep 2006, Arthur Pemberton wrote:
> > Could some suggest a PDA (not too pricey) that works in Linux/Fedora?
> > I need something to help me orgainze. KOrganize is nice, but I forget
> > to use it some times. And it has no built in remote usage facilities.
> > So something I could take with me, then come howe and plug into my
> > machine to sync up Korganizer would be nice.
> I use a Moleskine pda.
What kind of batteries does it use ;-)
> http://www.moleskine.com/eng/default.htm
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