This is something I've been waiting for. Rob Bushway is close to releasing his Tablet Bible for OneNote 2007. He has an excellent version already for GoBinder.
Well, with the public beta release of OneNote 2007 last week, I’ve now moved passed the testing stages and into production of the English Standard Version for OneNote 2007 and New King James Version for OneNote 2007. I should have these completed by July 1. You will finally be able to ink and take notes directly on to your Bible in OneNote in modern translations. Just like the GoBinder versions, the OneNote versions will also be free.
Bloggers continue to report on their Samsung Q1 expereinces and we're seeing some good info on the pros and cons, likes and dislikes, about this intriguing UMPC device.
Kevin Tofel has put together a nifty little video as he steps through a number of usage scenarios that jkOnTheRun readers submitted. He covers quite a few scenarios in this first of what looks like several video editions. Nicely done.
Loren Heiny got his hands on a Q1 for the weekend and gives a nice overview of his usage including how he views the Q1 in relation to the Founder and eo units.
My father served with the Marines in the Korean War and was one of the lucky ones to return home alive. He passed away in 1985 and Memorial Day is one of the many occasions that I pause and remember a lot of life's lessons he taught me. Of course I didn't really grasp the meaning of those lessons until much later in life, but such is the stuff of fathers and sons.
Dad rarely spoke about his military service. (Dad rarely spoke about his feelings on most things.) In fact when I search my memories I can only recall a few instances of him speaking of his time in Korea. Three such memories always stand out when I think of Dad on Memorial Day.
And if your tastes swing more to viewing, I highly recommend watching A&E's documentary, Combat Diary: The Marines of Lima Company. Video from the soldiers themselves. Nicely done and harrowing. Set that DVR.
And then there's this humorous video cobbled together of George Bush and Tony Blair affirming their...er...um... friendship. Too funny.
The Immigration Debate is still red hot and will continue to be, in my opinion. How could it not, when the skills it takes to be a leader these days don't involve actually making hard choices, but instead crafting legislation that is meaningless, dangerous, and foolish. David Broder has a good article on this in The Washington Post. And of course the White House Snowjob that illegal immigration is comparable to a traffic ticket points up the pickle barrel we now find ourselves in. Those we honor for their sacrifice this weekend gave their life for this?
Those MobileTech Rounderuppers are talking Q’s in their latest MobileTech Roundup Podcast. No, not the character from Star Trek the Next Generation, rather new products from Motorola and Samsung. Show notes, listen, or subscribe here.