by September 10, 2000 0 comments

It was not long ago that the symbol of the successful executive was the
leather-bound dairy, or to give it its full name–the Filofax. Also called the
organizer, it did just that–helped organize information appointments,
calendar, quick lists of things to do, addresses and telephone numbers and small
memos that the executive needed when on the move. It was sort of replaced by the
digital dairy, but not quite. Although the digital dairy provided all these
functions, and in some case even more, it could never acquire the class of the
leather bound filofax. Perhaps, tapping away on a small keyboard didn’t have
quite the same style as writing. And on the ability to understand text scribbled
on a touch-sensitive LCD panel, hinged the success of the PDA or the Personal
Digital Assistant.

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