Posts tagged “Visor”

Visor Pen Tip

My Handspring Visor is on le fritz. This is not good. But it does give me the opportunity to share a very nifty design aspect that you might not have noticed. If you need to reset your Visor, there is a little tiny hole in the back which conceals a little tiny button. In order


So you’ve got yourself a Handspring Visor. Have you bought some accessories? I have the backup module, which is really handy. I know you can buy a cell-phone attachment and a digital camera. One of the reasons I like the Visor better than the Palm Pilot is the ability to add functionality using the expansion

Y’know what I want? I want to be able to drop my cell phone into a docking cradle — like I do with my Visor — and have it just suck up all my phone numbers from Outlook. Is that too much? Why can’t I do that?… the hell…

Doh! We are going to dinner tonight so I will probably miss the better part of #blogIRC. If you’re there, I hope you enjoy some fun with the MetaCamPage. I made it just for the #blogIRCers.

I’m listening to the new Pearl Jam CD, binaural, though. I already love it and I’ve only heard the first two songs. I bought it on-line when I ordered the tix and was surprised that it got here only a day after it went on sale. I considered buying a copy tonight at Best Buy. Ryan and I went there after work (I was thinking about buying an ice-blue Handspring Visor Deluxe. But after seeing the HP Jornada up close… grrr… it’s a tough decision now. I have — at least temporarily — decided not to buy either one.) and I said, “Naah… I won’t buy it. It’s probably on its way to my house now.” And I got home. And there it was.

Handspring Visor

Did I already mention that I will absolutely die if I don’t get one of these in the very near future? That’s it. I’m buying one tomorrow. Case closed. Whew! It feels good to get that decision out of the way.


Damn! Bryan blogged about his Visor and now I can’t imagine living another day without an ice blue one with a modem and digital camera eye …

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