From: Justin Mason (jm at domain netnoteinc.com)
Date: Wed 19 May 1999 - 11:06:07 IST
"John P. Looney" said:
> May as well recommend a few things:
> Cool chair in TS Cody's, basement in Arnotts. It's got a built in
> subwoofer that shakes the chair, and surround speakers behind. And, get
> this, the whole chair is in the shape of the egg chairs, as in the
> Prisoner it costs £3500.
Wow, cool. Must tell my pal who just spent IRP 900 on a Lazy-Boy, or
"Ladyboy" as another friend called it, with hilarious results: "Blah just
bought himself a ladyboy -- very comfortable to lie in apparently".
> For the Palm Pilot:
> Kyles Quest (game engine) - Ultima type game where you wander around
> killing things. You can get loads of levels for it. Loderunner & Galaxians
> kick ass. Tetris. The Tricorder. Pocketchess. Beers (beer database, for
> Porterhouse customers). PocketC for writing little things in a hurry.
> TealDoc/TealPaint for making/reading Docs and pictures. Analog Clock. Maus
> (the PP pretends to be a serial mouse). PalmTelnet (makes the PP a serial
> console/telnet client).
I can recommend CSpotRun as a doc reader BTW -- it's free software, and it
has a cool squished-text mode to get more on the screen. Vexed is quite
good too, a kind of block-dropping puzzle thing, and I'm currently hooked
on SameGame (just like same-gnome).
BTW -- if you want to be able to read LWN, LinuxToday, slashdot, NTKnow
Wired News and many others on your Pilot, yis might want to try out
http://www.clubi.ie/jmason/software/snarfnews/ , my perl script which
kicks AvantGo's ass (apparently) and runs on Linux (of course),
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