I’ve been a Mac user for well over 10 years but lately I have been using a small Windows 10 GPD Pocket 2 when out on the road as it is small enough to carry and powerful enough to carry out a reasonable amount of tasks.
I’m a little finicky about my OSX setup and although it has taken me a little while I am now in a place where I have a pretty defined Windows 10 setup which a couple of colleagues have been pressing me to share, so here goes:
I would wager that many of you who have discovered this post without actually doing a Google Search for a ‘Continuous Payment Authority’ have no idea what they are. I also had no idea what they were until I fell foul of them.
I recall the PSION PDA with fondness and I have always thought that in some ways we have gone backwards as well as forwards when it comes to smartphone innovation, particularly around form factors and keyboards.
Enter the Gemini PDA which by no means follows the modern trends of smartphones and which pays more than just a little homage to the Psion. This is hardly surprising given that CEO Dr Janko Mrsic-Flogel involved prior Psion industrial designers in the build. Over at Gemini Planet they have a post which gives a good examination of retro and relevancy.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted and a new post is more than a little late overdue and this particular post is inspired by a similar post form Ed Freyfogle, an entrepreneur, investor in Storage Made Easy, and an ex-colleague and friend.