Comments on: HandMark will Publish Palm EDU Software

Palm Inc and Handmark today announced that Handmark will publish and distribute the next generation of Palm Solution Group's award-winning Palm Mobile Mentor(TM) software, a collection of organization, productivity, learning and teaching applications for educators and students.
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Lucky Bob @ 2/4/2003 2:54:53 PM #

DueYesterday is much better, and it's FREE.

(Why do some people say you can kill two birds with one stone when it's hard enough killing one bird with two stones?)

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I.M Anonymous @ 2/4/2003 7:23:28 PM #
I personally prefer Astraware's Timetable app for keeping class schedules. It's one of the few programs on my palm that I've actually registered.

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Lo_Pro @ 2/4/2003 10:50:11 PM #
I second the Due Yesterday program. I tried 4.0 Student AND Due Yesterday, and Due Yesterday won easily, especially with the free desktop program.


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Stockholm not Oslo @ 3/18/2003 7:13:36 PM #
Ive been using 4.0 Student for two years now...its great.. but when is 5.0 Student comming for OS 5 devices?

If a tree falls in the woods, and lands on a mime, does anyone care?
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Cratos @ 10/16/2003 12:50:22 PM #


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