If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!So many things in the Windows Mobile world have changed for the better over the past six or so years. The amazing software offerings, the more refined and capable operating system, and certainly the awesome array of hardware [...]
The Windows Mobile Missionary, Issue IV: The Beauty and the Beast, or, Are Powerful Smartphones Just for Boys?
This edition of the Windows Mobile Missionary demonstrates the wisdom of the old adage: you can’t judge a book by its cover.
Are men more techno-geeky than women when it comes to their Smartphones?
I think so.
But, the reason that I ask this is because in my experience, Windows Mobile Smartphones tend to be carried by [...]
The Windows Mobile Missionary. Issue III: Dipping A Toe Into The Windows Mobile Smartphone Pond, Ever So Carefully.
It’s time for another installment in the monthly Windows Mobile Missionary Series. This one is about the little steps sometimes taken by those who are intrigued by what our Windows Mobile devices can do. Those simple little steps that make the Missionary think he might have found a kindred soul.
A lawyer-friend of mine, [...]
We Windows Mobile users are a fortunate lot. Our devices run on a platform that is supported by many talented software developers. Their work builds upon the foundation of WM, and offers the user an almost limitless range of capabilities and customizations to suit one’s own unique needs and desires. Demonstrating [...]
A Day In My Windows Mobile Professional Phone’s Life. Or, How I Use My Mogul to Get Work Done While Having Fun Doing it.
I’ve been reading and posting on PDA blogs for about six years. In fact, when I started doing this over at Aximsite, people still called our devices PDAs or Pocket PCs. Occasionally you’d be asked about your “Palm Pilot,” which would immediately cause any self-respecting Pocket PC user to sneer: “It’s a [...]
I’m a geek. Well, at least according to my lawyer friends, who tend to be a little bit, shall we say, “old school.” While things seem to be changing, I’d estimate that about 3/4 of all of my lawyer friends still use paper daybooks and dumb-phones.
I try to change this. I really do. But, I [...]