Friday, March 08, 2002

Are there any libraries out there loaning pdas? If so, what kind? Our library
has been loaning out six Handspring visors with core medical content on them such as Five Minute Clinical Consult,
Five Minute Pediatric Consult and Five Minute Emergency Consult. With a grant we received from the Illinois
State Library, we will soon be circulating 22 handspring visors with specialized content on them. For example
there will be 2 pdas with pediatric content, 2 with emergency, 1 with cardiology, etc. If you will
email me
, I will summarize and post to this list.

Are there any libraries looking at and evaluating content to put on handhelds? We are going to be doing this
and I would be interested to hear from anyone else doing the same thing.

Is anyone purchasing group licensing for popular medical content for the handhelds? If you will share your
information, I will share with this list.

Tomorrow, I will share some of the hurdles and frustrations we have had in ordering various medical works
for the handheld computer with different vendor and the purchasing, loading and unlocking of this content.

Burneys Legal Tech Reviews: Helpful Handsprings and Agile Acrobats

"LLRX.com"

On Handhelds



Quickoffice For Palms Updated

"Mac Observer"

On Handhelds



Former Palm CTO lands at start-up

"CNET"

On Handhelds



Sharp embeds a digital still camera in PDA

"CNN"

On Handhelds



FTC puts the kibosh on Palm Net ads

"The Register"

On Handhelds



Handspring chooses Handango for software sales

"PMN Publications"

On Handhelds



Infowave Expands Symmetry Pro Distribution With Handango Agreement

On Handheldnews.com



Sony to announce a new handheld on Monday

On PDA Buzz



Last Chance for Free Nebula Prelim eBooks

On Palm Gear H.Q.



New Samsung PalmOS phone announced

On PDA Buzz




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