Monday, April 30, 2007
I just want to apologies in advance as I will not be able to answer your many queries regarding the OQO 02 for a couple of days but please keep the comments coming! I will keep my promise and answer each and every comment individually (as usual). In the mean time be sure to visit CeBITAustralia.blogspot.com for videos n' stuff.
[Wednesday is my big day on stage]
As I mentioned Mr. FedEX (his name is actually Ben) has been known to come to my place once or twice before but on this occasion I must admit that even I was a little more excited than usual. Given the Ultra-Mobile PC story and where it is up to today you’ll soon see why replacing a desktop and becoming truly Ultra Mobile is nothing but a little black-package away. (“black-on-black-on-black”)
You might note that in this video I am proud to welcome a brand new Platinum Sponsor to the website in none other than manufacturer VIA Technologies, Taiwan! In a rather timely announcement they also happen to be the manufacturer of the Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Processor shipped inside the Model OQO 02.
Welcome VIA Technologies!
View it on MyYouTube.com
Saturday, April 28, 2007
Now I've been known to blog about the FedEX man before, and I've also had one or two world exclusives. While this one is not the later, it is worth blogging about! Stay tuned as I am but days away. With CeBIT Fair Australia around the corner this
For obvious reasons I have erased certain sections of the FedEX page.
Friday, April 27, 2007
So if you’re interested in what three one-eyed maniacal Tablet Geeks have to say about Tablet PC then hope on over and listen to Show
Here is a snipping from the post:
Ok, we can cover Tablet PCs and Ultra-Mobile PCs, but we can’t do math. This is GottaBeMobile.com Podcast #15. Or so says Rob (does he do our books?) so we’ll take his word for it. And in case you are wondering, no Koala Bears were harmed in the recording of this podcast. In any regard this show is full of mobile podcasting fun, and lots of talk about Tablet PCs and Ultra-Mobile PCs featuring none other than yours truly, Dennis Rice, and Hugo Ortega.
- The Shift is thinner than expected (well spotted ELO)
- The tilt on the keyboard is solid which means the screen will not rattle when you touch-type
- It seems to have a bright screen - given the amount of fluorescent lights used in a Television studio the screen still seemed pretty well lit
What it does not confirm:
- Pen features
- Touch Features
Overall it looks the biz! Great job Chippy and JKK!
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
- Official CeBIT Blogger - Part of a Team now after successfully launching the Official CeBIT Blog last year
- Keynote Speaker – Given my success with the CeBIT Blog they want me to stand up next to the likes of Google folks and tell my story at the eMarketing Expo.
- Bloggers Breakfast Host – I will be hosting an Official Breakfast to launch Blogger Zone (a CeBIT initiative designed to get bloggers blogging, FROM the show. (More on this soon)
I’ll keep you posted on how it all goes but for now all I can say is this: “thank God for the Samsung Q1P and 8 cell PowerBank. I’m gonna need it!”
Saturday, April 21, 2007
Thanks to a kind spirited supporter, who handed the UMPC to him, David has done a fantastic job of sharing his impressions interpreted via his life as a Quadriplegic. I always love reading his stories and am passionate about being part of his solution. Great job Dave!
Read the article here: Lifekludging a UMPC
Given the amount of my readers that live in the United States I have decided to also remember those affected by the Virginia Tech incident. Although I am in Australia I now am more affiliated than ever with the USA since joining GottaBeMobile. My heart and condolences goes out to those affected.
Here are some words from GottaBeMobile website:
This will be the last post you see on GottaBeMobile.com today, in honor of the Hokie Nation.
It has been a sad week for those families, friends, staff and so many others at Virginia Tech. My niece, Erin Kirks, is a student at the university, so I lived it through her emails a bit. We all really need to stop a moment and reflect upon the event, and offer up our wishes and prayers. Those who were there lost something on that day. Those of us who experienced it from afar have each lost something as well. Every time an event like this happens, something I can only describe as a bit of our innocence slips away, stolen by those who wish us harm. By stopping for the day to reflect, I honestly believe we can claim back some of that innocence as we turn our hearts inward, and pray for those most directly affected. There are more difficult days to come, so let's all not isolate our caring to just this one day.
Our thoughts, our prayers, and our best wishes to every one in the Hokie Nation as they move forward with pride and confidence.
Ross Abdallah Alameddine
Christopher James Bishop
Brian Roy Bluhm
Ryan Christopher Clark
Austin Michelle Cloyd
Kevin P. Granata
Matthew Gregory Gwaltney
Caitlin Millar Hammaren
Jeremy Michael Herbstritt
Emily Jane Hilscher
Jarrett Lee Lane
Matthew Joseph La Porte
Henry J. Lee
Partahi Mamora Halomoan Lumbantoruan
Lauren Ashley McCain
Daniel Patrick O'Neil
Minal Hiralal Panchal
Daniel Alejandro Perez
Erin Nicole Peterson
Michael Steven Pohle, Jr.
Julia Kathleen Pryde
Mary Karen Read
Reema Joseph Samaha
Waleed Mohamed Shaalan
Leslie Geraldine Sherman
Maxine Shelly Turner
Friday, April 20, 2007
I will post more on the events later but now - as I sit in the car park outside the restaurant I will taunt tonight - I decided to blog from my car using the Q1P and Organiser Pack as my PC, and my Dopod 838 pro as my HSDPA modem!!!
Thursday, April 19, 2007
In this show, we have a special guest, none other than our new teamie, Hugo (aka Poogie!) Ortega from Australia. We hope that Hugo will be joining us for more of these shows, as will the other members of the GottaBeMobile team. In addition, in the future, we are working on a list of special guests that we hope to get some commentary on as well, so you wanna be keeping an eye out on this little podcast folks!"
Wednesday, April 18, 2007
Not life changing, and definitely not insightful (perhaps), but if anything it shows the size of the Vega when compared to a five year old. It shows the FUNction and how these devices are now an intrinsic part of our life. As they get cheaper it will become even more interesting. I am even seeing it happen in my own household, i.e. dedicated devices for dedicated purposes. In this case we have learnt that the Vega with its lack of wi-fi is the perfect iPod killer. I never have owned one and never will (an iPod) and come to think of it I do not think I will Zune either. Given that this is a fully functional PC means that I do not have the issues of syncing or ripping “appropriate” files extensions. It just works! I guess this adds more credit to Intels new MIDs?!?
By the way, the video we watched was “The Bushway’s Bag Lady Video” and we listened to the last “Mobile Tech Roundup”.
Some of you that watched the Video may have noticed that Camera Action is no longer our sponsor on UberTablet . They had a great run and we had great fun being part of their outfit. It is time to move on however and a new sponsor has been stitched up! They will be announced soon and you will all be soooooooooooooo excited to find out who it is!
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
He has even posted a video of it (albeit without music - come'on Sean!)
I thought it would interest some of you to know how he did this as you might have a cupboard full of old games you might want to dust off! Here is a copy of Sean's email dated 12th April 2007:
I made a video of my eo v7110. It's of me playing the Nintendo 64 game Super Smash Bros using an emulator on the eo. I thought that this may be of interest to some people. It showcases the portable gaming aspect of UMPCs, as I know one of the criticisms of UMPCs is the lack of gaming ability.I chose to make a video like this since most people choose to review the features of the eo v7110 without showing its potential for some fun.
I thought you may want to add it to your blog. Here it is: video
I upgraded my RAM to 1GB today, however, with 512MB the game runs just as fast.Just to let you and your readers know, the emulator (http://www.pj64-emu.com/) runs faster when the AC power is connected. To get the emulator to run at max speed when on a battery, I had to install RightMark CPU Clock Utility (thanks to Ctitanic).
I couldn't get the emulator to run at fast speeds without using RM CPU Clock Utility. You can run the game in fullscreen, which makes the eo look like one large Game Boy, however, it slows it down a bit.
Here are the steps to make the emulator run faster when powered by a battery. You don't have to do this if connected to AC.
- Start RightMark CPU Clock Uility
- Set Windows Power Scheme to RMClock Power Management
- Set RM Clock to Maximal Performance
I then had to configure the emulator to use the PageUp and PageDown keys as controls in the game (ie. Button A and B).
The directional pad on the left of the eo v7110 is already set as default in the game. The middle button is set as Enter.
It's not hard to work out.Of course, the eo v7110 is lacking the buttons to use all of the controls in the game. However, even with just the use of two buttons and the directional pad, the game is still very much playable and fun.
And, that's it! Happy gaming!
[Update 16th April 2007: BTW, I worked out that you don't need to install RightMark CPU Clock Utility to make the eo run at full speed. Just change the normal power profile to Home or Laptop.]
One of my readers, Nicole, from Australia, left a comment on the Toshiba R400 video I posted (Toshiba R400 in the hands of two Aussie Influentials). Because Nicole left such a big comment I thought it would make more sense to share the answer with you all as it may assist several of you.
Here goes :
(Look for my answers in red)
Hi Hugo, enjoyed your site and vlogs esp this one, love the paperless idea and the practices Jon uses. [Why thank you]
I have a few questions after watching the vlog that I would really like your help and opinions on:1. what was that mobile phone device that Jon mentioned about being a great paperless tool? I am shopping for a mobile upgrade, would like some food for thought. [Both Jon and I use the Dopod 838 pro – otherwise known as the iMate JasJam. I never realised I bought the phone he uses until someone that watches my videos pointed it out to me. I must have been convinced, by Jon, rather subliminally. LOL.]
2. I am also shopping for a tablet pc, and struggling. mainly btw the fujitsu P1610 + T4215, this toshiba R400, and the lenovo x60 tablet. [Nice shopping list.]
top of my considerations are:* weight (cos I am a small person, hate lugging bricks around), * CPU (i work in the the finance industry and would like to be able to run simulations on my pc, which requires CPU speed), * battery life (short battery life anything * price (i am not a millionair, but i don't mind paying for quality).# P1610 - love the weight, love 3G, concern over CPU performance; [Great choice here – the processor is only a concern if you are a compulsive multitasker. Otherwise it is pretty good with 1GB of RAM in it which is standard now. Some of my readers may be interested to know that today I found out that the P1610 with 3G in it is a few weeks away. SCOOP FOR YA!]
# T4215 - got everything except for weight, Rob Bushway's inkshow said it felt heavier than the x60, and I felt x60 during my travel earlier this year to asia, and that was so close to my weight limit. i can't find a review you did on this model. please point me to the right site, or please do one if you haven't already; [Yes Mam! Right on it. Until then however look at the review I did of its predecessor, the T4020. While it is a very different machine in the internal specs it is the same machine in the external build. Here is a link to the video – oh, who is that guy in the video!!!]
# R400 - sounds fantastic, concern over battery life, over CPU which seems similar to P1610 in ghtz, and over priciness; [R400 is one of those “Exec must haves.” It has heaps of sex appeal and looks. What it does not have in specs it makes up for in lightness, sleekness and pure funk! Battery life is probably not as big a deal as initially expected. Since Microsoft forced down a patch on Windows Update for Vista, regarding battery usage, I believe the R400 has had a slight improvement. If you watch Dennis Rice on GottaBeMobile he does a great job of
showing off his legs showing the extended battery option. This is the one to buy if you do not need specs but prefer looks.]
# X60 tablet - n/a in Australia according to lenovo's website or only one model available which is the most expensive top of the range fitout with too much HD space I don't need; reviews rave abt battery life; and after watching Dennis Rice's inkshow, X60 and R400 seem to have similar dimension + weigt, except X60 with better CPU and battery life, so why should one choose R400 if X60 is also available? [If you watch Dennis Rice’s show closely (linked in my previous comment above this one) then you will notice that the R400 has a wider much brighter screen. These are big benefits if you are someone giving demonstrations on your laptop or needing to make colours look their best on screen. Don’t forget that a notebook is no longer just about you; it is often about people around you too. If you’re in finance you’re proably doing demos for folks around a tablet – with a wider brighter screen there are obvious benefits for you.
Having said all this however I believe the X60 is hard to beat. The best news is that in Australia they only offer the top of the range X60. In my humble opinion the others in the range do not stack up to the top of the range X60. In fact if ou were looking at one fo the lesser ones and you were not in Australia then I would almost prefer you bought the Toshiba M400 – as it is a far more stable machine.]
# any other tablets you'd recommend me to consider?oh, and I would need an external cd rom just to run applications. only the T4215 ticks this box. but i would pay for it separately, just want a good overall package that will "last me a while" - or is that a myth and a wrong way to approach technology these days? [I think the DVDRW is a myth. How often will you really use it? If the answer is often then you’re doing something wrong with the way you use your technology. The reasons HDD are getting bigger is so we can use them!
With regards to your comment about how to buy technology I tend to agree with you. Shop around as if this is the last laptop you will ever own. If it were, then I think you would be better off concentrating on the T4215 with its hotswappable DVDRW, or if you get another device then look at getting the best external BUS-powered DVDRW you can find; something like the LaCIE Slim line bus powered range design by Ferdinand Porsche – that’s what I use.]
3. on this note, I would also like advice on recycling notebooks. i feel terrible dumping my old dead units in the household waste bin whenever i do an upgrade (which could be freq for technology of this type). i made some good effort searching the web for e-waste recyclers around sydney(including planet ark). most recyclers come up in the research are for commercial scale and for still working units. mine are "dead" by the time i upgrade cos i sometimes break it up to see / take inside components before i trash them, or they simply died from being soaked in tea or coffee or something like that. i am more looking for a "e-waste 4 planet ark" type program similar to the "cartridge 4 planet ark" one at the post office. one with a place i can easily visit and dump the dead units. is there one? what's yours or Jon's recommendation? [Regrettably I don’t know the answer but I will see what I can come up with. I will ask Jon to address this one for me. I know Dell was doing some of this in the US of A, and Australia, but I am not sure if this is still present and continuous. Anyone know???]
thanks so much for helping develop the tablet forum, esp in australia. sorry about the very long rambling and for so many questions. viewing your blog has been most interesting and helpful. please keep up the great work you do... [Thanks Nikky. As long as there are readers like you requiring my assistance I will keep doing what I am doing. Otherwise I will go away and do something else - that’s a threat!] cheers, nicole
As far as "the final word" goes I would always put my money on the T4215 first, the Lenovo X60 second, and the R400 last. The T4215 I like the most because of the capabilities and the battery options. Becasue the battery sits in the machine (in place of the DVD RW) and not outside and cumbersome like the others, I believe it makes for a compelling buy. The X60 is an awesome choice however and better if you need a lighter machine as your main priority.
R400 - well the R400 it NOT worth every cent but you sure WOULD buy it if you had the money!
I know lots of my readers would include the ASUS R1F based on specs alone but if you have ever held one you would proably know why it is not in my list. Ergonomically, it and the HP beast, are about as ergonomic as a Hummer in a shopping mall car park.
Hope I've helped - cheers!
Friday, April 13, 2007
As an FYI, UberTablet.blogspot.com will continue to provide the best of Hugo Ortega on a daily, weekly and monthly basis while GottaBeMobile will now get an exclusive ability to tap into that same enthusiasm and love. Specifically I’ll be Vlogging for the GBM Team and starting from May 2007 I will be posting some GBM specific “Ink Shows” (as termed by the GBM marketing department).
So this is probably a good opportunity to thank you for your patronage on the UberTablet blog as I look forward to your continued readership and viewing! I would also like to extend an invitation to you all to join me at GottaBeMobile on a regular basis; and for those of you not wanting to keep a GBM RSS feed then don’t panic, every time I post on GBM I will also make sure the UberTablet blog knows about it!
- Ink Shows
- GottaBeMobile About Us Page (Includes my profile)
- Dennis Rice and Rob Bushway welcomes Hugo Ortega on the Team
Thank you Rob and Dennis for putting your faith in me! Warner, Matt and Eddie...hold on to your hats! I think we've just formed the Tablet-scape's first Dream Team!
Thursday, April 12, 2007
aka relentless legend!
Wednesday, April 11, 2007
[Update – it seems as though the readers pick the entrants. (Can someone confirm this?) If this is true then the previous comment applies to the ones that nominated. Next year I will follow it more closely!]
- Fujitsu P1610 (Correct)
- Gateway CS210 / M285 (If price is your only concern, and Tablet features are secondary)
- Kohjisha SA1F00 (Not sure it deserves to be there – if you speak to Chippy I'm sure he’ll tell you otherwise)
- Lenovo X60 (Be more specific Engadget!)
- Toshiba Portege M400 (Not for me – nothing award winning other than its great consistency towards Tablet manufacture)
- Fujitsu P1610 (Best small Tablet with PCMCIA…um…only small Tablet with PCMCIA.)
- Fujitsu T4210 (Best package specs and accessories for MSRP)
- Motion LE 1600 (For best Slate design)
- Lenovo X60 (Specifically the Multi-Touch for its all purpose functionality)
- Motion LS800 (Best small slate – other than UMPC)
Then Engadget decides to place UMPC in the category of Handhelds! Up against DS Lite and PSP! What the…are they not listening to what we are trying to do!!! UMPC is UMPC, nothing else.
Here is my list:
- Samsung Q1B (Best value for money and features)
- ASUS R2H (Best all inclusive UMPC that support Pen features)
- EO i7210 (Most capable UMPC for replacing a desktop)
- Motion LS800 (Best built, most capable of imitating a Tablet PC, UMPC) [yes, I would call it a UMPC here]
- OQO 01 (Best aesthetics and function in a UMPC) – NB. OQO 02 was released in 2007
So where does my vote go? For me it has to be the Fujitsu P1610 (for best price and features) on Engadget’s list…Lenovo X60 with MultiTouch (for best features and neat package) on my list…and Q1B (for value for money) on my UMPC list.
Fellow MVP and Aussie hopeful (he'll hate that!), Craig Pringle, has posted a neat video showing the TIP in Action on a UMPC. I posted a similar video a few months back (UMPC Basics) that covered off Program Launcher, TIP, Journal, Sudoku and more.Great job Craig!
Either way if you’re interest in Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF or WPF/E), XAML, Expression or Blend, then head on over to ScreenEdit.com; Tricky has uploaded a WPF/E video for you guys to witness firsthand how it is that two Englishmen and an Argentinean could collaborate utilising UMPC, Microsoft and Messenger. As Dr. neil says, “it was a 24 hour operation".
Link to Video
Saturday, April 07, 2007
What has me excited is that this is my first Windows Mobile 5.0 phone and the experience is a lot better than I thought. Not only do I have cameras everywhere, WiFi 802.11 b/g, QWERTY keyboard and a Touch Screen, but thanks to a third-party application I have inking too.
So as a look at the Ultimate Mobile Office I wanted to share with you my Samsung Q1P and HSDPA enabled Dopod 838pro combo! Does it get any better than this!?!? Why would anyone Blackberry anymore?
Special thanks goes to fellow MVP Darius Wey of PocketPCTHoughts for his input on my choice of phone. Now I can finally hold my head up high at the next Sydney Windows Mobile User Group (SWMUG).
See it on MyYouTube.com
Wednesday, April 04, 2007
So with the future in mind and the past behind us I thought I’d take moment to put some of the available technologies into perspective. Hope you enjoy it. Oh, and if you know of any cool technologies that "might" be the next big thing make sure you let me know so I can get my hands on it for you.
If you're interested in this technology make sure you look at this comparision chart. What is uberly interesting is that while Surface Wave Technology is robust, and excellent with finger, it actually cannot function with a pen or pointing device! [But it's so nice to touch.] Sounds like a combination Touch/Active Digitzer receives yet another vote of confidence for my next UMPC?
Tuesday, April 03, 2007
- Better ink - w/o the HID driver the pen looks like a mouse and data is sampled 30 times second, a HID compliant driver will allow data to be collected at roughly 100 samples per second. To clarify this a little you might consider a HID-less device sort of having a sticky cursor. It tends to sit on, or on top of, wherever you leave it.
- With the HID driver the cursor gets a little spring in its step and tends to float away from an object in a parallel direction. It does not pull away but if you could disect a Touch Screen you could almost picture a cursor floating above Windows (with a HID Driver) and sitting right on top of Windows (without a HID Driver). Whilst this is not like an Electro Magnetic (EM) enabled Tablet PC (with Active Digitizer) - as there is no hover coordinate - it does have some distinct benefits.
- For one the Tablet Input Panel (TIP) tends to float near the text input boxes, and, secondly the cursor will hover over a hyperlink or button without inherently pressing it.
- Another benefit of having a HID Driver on you UMPC is the additional data that is collected by the Touch Controller. The Touchscreen is connected to the Motherboard of a computer via a Touch Controller (and subsequently communicates to the Operating System via a Driver). So if you take into account that an EM Active Digitizer will record pressure sensitivity and cursor jumping. It is hard to imagine this possible on a touchscreen but with a properly installed HID Compliant Driver it is.
Microsoft provides a document for OEMs that stipulates “actual” usages that need to be present in HID. Lets take a look at some of them:
- In an Active Digitizer the HID will communicate X and Y coordinates, Tip switch (pen movements) and In-range (the Hover). As an option (to the OEM) it can also communicate Pressure, Tilt, Invert and receive information from a Barrel button (button on pen).
- In a Touch Screen enabled device the HID will communicate X and Y coordinates, Tip switch (pen movements) and In-range too. The last one, In-range, I guess is the most crucial for us UMPC lovers. It is the piece of information that defines a usable experience, versus a barely tolerable one.
So in writing this post I want to give you some food for thought around why we keep bring HID up all the time. It is one of those acronyms that sounds uberly geekish and absurdly nerd-ish however it is also something that we should demand from our manufacturers. With HID Drivers a UMPC can start to imitate an EM enabled Tablet, without it your pen and touch experience is quite literally stuck! So when I hear about new touch screen devices like The Shift or others, all I am suggesting is that you ask the manufacturer: "to show you the HID Driver?!?!"
For more information on HID go here, or visit here.
Monday, April 02, 2007
So it’s MVP time again! This time I am very excited as not only am I a veteran now (LOL) but I have now been joined by the most wonderful newcomers to the MVP community. Here are some of the newbies.
- Paul Stovell : MVP - Visual Client Application Development
- Grant Holliday : I'm a MVP in Visual Developer - Team System
I have been a great fan of Kevin’s and followed his videos with much interest. He is energetic, cool, enthusiastic and passionate (sounds like me). Congratulations mate! With Dennis this is not an event as much as it might be a re-event. He has been re-awarded this year which should come as no surprise to anyone that reads/knows him!
Surely there were countless others but this is my shortlist of awardees that I felt deserved an honorable mention! They are my friends and well worth every bit of ink, text and touch that they offer. Shame they had to be awarded on April Fool’s Day however...probably made their morning and little ambiguous.
Sunday, April 01, 2007
- WEBCAST: Learn to Use SmartDraw, a Business Graphics Application, Monday, April 2, 10:00 A.M. PTWith SmartDraw you can create professional-quality graphics with a Tablet PC running Windows Vista Premium Edition. Get an in-depth look at how SmartDraw incorporates Tablet technology and mobile PC features into its application.
- WEBCAST: Learn to Use Phatware's PenCommander, Monday, April 9, 10:00 A.M. PTPenCommander allows you to use a pen to call up commands that can control your computer, such as editing documents, inserting often repeated text into documents, launching applications, and much more. PenCommander supports Windows Vista Tablet technology.
- WEBCAST: Learn to Use Laplink's PCsynch, Monday, April 16, 10:00 A.M. PTLooking for a way to keep files synchronized between your Ultra-Mobile PC and another PC? Laplink PCsync enables fast, easy, automated file transfer and synchronization between PCs. It was designed to give users of multiple computers—including Windows Vista, XP, and 2000—a secure way to access files and synchronize folders instantly and effortlessly.
- WEBCAST: Learn to Use ArtRage 2 UMPC, a Natural Painting Application, Monday, April 23, 10:00 A.M. PTAmbient Design's ArtRage 2 UMPC has been specifically designed for Ultra-Mobile PCs. It has a redesigned interface and workflow for small form-factor, portable PCs. You can paint and sketch using your whole screen as a canvas, and take your art with you wherever you go.
- WEBCAST: Learn to Use iGuidance, a Navigation Application, Monday, April 30, 10:00 A.M. PTiNav's iGuidance navigation software helps you turn your existing Tablet PC or UMPC into a navigation system. The touch-screen operation and map displays are enhanced for use with Ultra-Mobile PCs.
The problem for me is that I am sitting at the bottom of the planet while mostof you are on top. I know most of you are actually somewhere in the Northern Hemisphere so these events will probably fall nicely in between your work day. I for one will get up for early for SmartDraw, PhatWare and iGuidance.
In other news from Redmond Ultra-Mobile PC Team member Vikram Mada has started blogging about the platform he loves so much. Even more excitingly Vikram used to be an editorial cartoonist and will be illustrating his blog with his artwork.
Marc Orchant runs a ZDNet blog called Office Evolution, is a Micosoft Tablet PC MVP, and is co-host of OnTheRun with Tablet PCs Podcast. I was lucky enough to spend most of my time with Marc while on the Microsoft Campus recently and I challenge you to find a more sincere, intelligble guy!
Well done Marc, I am ordering a copy now as Outlook is the programI live in most! I grabbed it from Amazon.com: The Unofficial Guide to Outlook 2007 (Unofficial Guides) .