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February 18, 2009

PreBits For February 18, 2009

Filed under: Groundwork — mikecane @ 7:24 pm

No big issue to post about today. Just little bits I haven’t seen elsewhere.

First, who this is very, very happy man?

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It’s Ed Colligan. He took Palm from a Case Study to a Basket Case and back to a Case Study. Really, it has to be an unprecedented business turnaround.

He’s part of a BBC video that begins with the So What HTC Magic phone and concludes with the lust-o-licious Palm Pre.

And now, some Twitter Talk:

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Do my two dreams about the Palm Pre count? No? Bah!

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Me too! And I keep telling myself not to get even an iPod Touch because I don’t want to have to compare it against the Palm Pre.

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Yes, come over to the Palm Pre. You know you want to!

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Oh yes. That sums it up nicely!

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Elisabeth’s trial continues!!

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OK, I have to admit that if the next iPhone has a TARDIS built into it, I’d have to seriously reconsider the Palm Pre. I mean, who doesn’t want to travel in time?! Maybe all those people getting together for the PreDevCamp can get a software-based TARDIS done for the Palm Pre. Let Warren Ellis point the way!

Finally:

Palm Pre, présentation, images et vidéo, has some luscious photos.

Palm Pre eindelijk te zien op MWC, has some more pictures, including one of a Palm Pre next to a WinMob Treo Pro.

Palm Pre: nuestras impresiones also has photos and a video.

Finally, tradeshowmetrics has an interesting mashup (which will change by the time you see it!) of Palm Pre Mobile World Conference material.

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2 Comments »

  1. Don’t get the iPod Touch; it’s not worth it. My son has a Touch, and I have my T|X. The Touch is, bluntly, a toy compared to the T|X, and the comparison to the Pre makes the Touch look even worse. Now, granted, the Touch is a *pretty* toy, but it’s meant for casual use, not professional use. Heck, my Pilot 1000 did cut-and-paste in 1996! {ProfJonathan}

    Comment by Jonathan Ezor — February 19, 2009 @ 7:21 am | Reply

  2. The Touch would primarily be for WiFi access, blogging, and eBooks. But I don’t want to wind up with another device. Plus, the Touch lacks a camera which really isn’t ideal for pocketable blogging.

    Comment by mikecane — February 19, 2009 @ 9:24 am | Reply


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