Darn. I still think the Newton had potential. But Steve says there's no plans for a PDA or phone. Maybe a tablet, though.
Sounds like a Mac addict's dream.
Actually, if there was any sign of spring in Michigan, I'd be a lot more excited to be on Mackinac Island where I'm covering the Detroit Regional Chamber's annual Leadership Policy Conference.
The event gathers 1,500 of the Midwest's key business and political leaders and - removed from their own turf to the no-motor vehicles-allowed island - lets them network, talk candidly and plot how to take over the world. Technology is always a big discussion item and this year, it looks like alternate power sources, homeland security, e-government and life sciences initiatives will keep me busy scribbling on what's happening and whats coming.
The island is an incredibly beautiful place and the opulent Grand Hotel is an great setting --- when the sun shines.
Rain, thunderstorms and cold temperatures are forecast through Saturday.
Just my luck.
I'm taking my bicycle, though, because the horse drawn taxi lines are long.
On the plus side, the island is known for the best fudge in the world.
My mac 12-inch G4 PowerBook is the only Mac I see in the press croom here. I'm also the only one who is using a wirless network.