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Chad Adams’s ‘‘analog’’ PDA uses a Flash program to spit out an eight-part planner on paper, which is then cut and creased.

PDA buffs go back to basics

Fed-up users are rediscovering paper

By Kim-Mai Cutler
Globe Correspondent / June 25, 2006

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Web designer Mike Rohde was a certifiable Palm fanatic. He had the original PalmPilot 1000 , then a Sony Clié , then a Tungsten E, and several more all the way up to the Zire 72 . His monthly newsletter vetting the newest models went out to 10,000 subscribers. But when his PDA turned up missing two months ago, Rohde's ... (Full article: 1048 words)

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