PDA alarm usage

If you’re going to use the alarm feature on your PDA:

  • don’t leave it somewhere for a period of time when you’re not around
  • don’t have those alarms enabled while you’re gone
  • don’t have Gridlock enabled, otherwise the people who have to deal with the alarms (read: me) can’t turn it off

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Bryan Villarin

Bryan is a Trust & Safety Wrangler at Automattic. He's also a photographer, card magician, and cat whisperer. (Thanks to my friend and colleague Steve Blythe for the sweet photo!)

2 thoughts on “PDA alarm usage”

  1. But simply….GET THE TREO 650!!! It totally rocks. I just got mine last Thursday and it is SWEET. I’m the process of finding a GPS package that runs on Palm OS 5.4 for fairly cheap, but we’ll see how that works out. I found a trial package already called PathAway, but I don’t really like how it works.

    The rest of the PDA is just awesome. Mp3 player, camera, camcorder, threaded text msging (meaning they are grouped together) and more! It’s a sweet phone. A tad bit expensive, but well worth it!

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  2. Well, this isn’t me…it’s someone else that was annoying me.

    I’d love to buy that. As of now, I don’t need it. I need to use my money for a few other things (basically to pay off credit cards as much as possible). I’m stoked to hear that you have it, though. I’m sure it’s incredible!

    (Thinking about it sure doesn’t help.)

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