|Thu Sep 25, 2008 - 4:37 PM EDT - By Brian Hart|
Whether it's a vacation to the Hawaiian paradise or a business trip to Sacramento (cough), my Treo 750 and Centro are along for the journey. Although much of this week's Tip is common sense and likely "old hat" for you long-time forum members and Palm enthusiasts, it may be helpful to keep these tips in mind when you pack your bags and journey far from home.
This week I'm in Sacramento for a work conference and am darn thankful for my Palm devices during some of those long speaking presentations. I'm usually moderately attentive and always respectful to the speakers, but it's nice to have today's technology to carry on a conversation with a colleague at the other end of the room via text message. The last thing you want during a trip is to run out of juice - a dead battery can only result in being out of contact and carrying a paperweight in your pocket or purse. Also, you can't access the internet and find the best restaurants around you when your phone is dead. Here are some tips to make your traveling experience, be it business or pleasure, more... well... pleasurable.
That's it for this week's Tip. If you are a developer with some helpful and/or fun software or if you have a Tip that you wish to pass on to the rest of the community, just email me at: [email protected]. Tune in next week for another Tip!
Disclaimer: Tip o' the Week makes no guarantee, express or implied, that any tip found herein will be new or particularly useful to the reader (and hey, Sacramento is a pretty good place to visit. Sure glad I have my Palm for those really interesting meetings
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