BW: O'Reilly Announces New Edition of Pogue's Bestselling PalmPilot BookJun 29, 1999, 20:02 (0 Talkback[s])
"3Com's PalmPilot is the world's bestselling hand-held computer platform, capturing 80 percent of the palmtop market. ... 'David Pogue's "PalmPilot: The Ultimate Guide' became an instant classic when it debuted in 1998, becoming, and remaining, the No. 1 bestselling Palm book (and a Top Ten title among all computer books) every month since."
"This new edition of O'Reilly's runaway bestseller is densely packed with previously undocumented information. The bible for users of Palm VII and all other Palm models, it contains hundreds of timesaving tips and surprising tricks, plus an all-new CD-ROM (for Windows 9x, NT, or Macintosh) containing over 3,100 PalmPilot programs, organized in a searchable, sortable database catalog with auto-install features and Web links, from the collection of PalmCentral.com, the Internet's largest Palm software site."
"...Breaks new ground in covering the most important PalmPilot developments of 1999; reveals the inside workings of the new PalmPilot models, including the revolutionary, wireless Palm VII; reveals power shortcuts of the new Macintosh front-end software; offers an exclusive collection of new tips, Easter eggs, and undocumented features for all PalmPilot models; and for the first time, covers the PalmPilot's synergy with UNIX and Linux machines."
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