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The Handheld PC Newsletter Vol 3 (2007) Compendium is now available!

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Posted 15 years ago | News | Chris Tilley 3 comments

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The Handheld PC Newsletter has completed its Third year of publication.

Followers of the newsletter will know of the hard work and dedication put into the publication by owner and senior editor John Ottini; hard work that we at HPC:Factor would like to salute him for as he completes another year of service to the community.

The publication's Volume 3 (2007) Compendium can now be downloaded from HPCNEC, in it's entirety, complete with an indexed table of contents, replacing the individual 2007 editions.

The compendium includes:
  • 25 Software Reviews
  • 4 Software Developers
  • 7 HPC Community Websites
  • 11 Windows CE Informational Topics
  • 3 Interviews with HPC Community Movers and Shakers
Volume 1 (2005) & Volume 2 (2006) Compendiums are also available at HPCNEC.

The Newsletter is redistributed in Adobe PDF Format. HPC2000 users can download Adobe Acrobat Reader 1.0 from us here on HPC:Factor to view The Handheld PC Newsletter on-device. Users of other Windows CE devices may be interested in Ansyr Primer.

View: Handheld PC Newsletter
Posted on 18 February 2008 at 06:47By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

Comments on this article

gjcoram's Avatar gjcoram 19 February 2008 3:05:53 PM
What's a "Compedium" ? :) (See the title; perhaps you meant Compendium)
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 24 February 2008 8:33:46 AM
That will teach me to copy paste from releases. Fixed.
CE Geek's Avatar CE Geek 20 February 2008 4:07:03 AM
Geez, I thought I was the only proofreader on this site. LOL

Spelling issues aside, you have my undying respect and admiration, John, for helping keep the H/PC platform a going concern. When the return of the H/PC happens, you can take major credit (despite your own cynicism about the likelihood of an H/PC renaissance).

John's efforts have earned the support of the H/PC community.
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