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(Retro) Palm links

2004-12-28 , ,

While I’m waiting for my replacement PDA, I thought I would
inventory the software I use. Here is my choice of Palm software
in all its 1990’s retro glory:

  • [DateBook5 from Pimlico Software](http://www.pimlicosoftware.com/), the best day planner for Palm.
  • [SuperNames](http://standalone.com/palmos/super_names/), a nifty address book.
  • [Memoplus](http://www.handshigh.com/html/memoplus.html), feature rich memo editor.
  • [Launch ‘Em and Syncalc](http://www.synsolutions.com/).
  • [Plucker](http://www.plkr.org/) a free ebook and offline reader tool.
  • [Fitaly2](http://www.fitaly.com/), an on-screen keyboard.
  • The STRIP password manager from [Zetetic](http://www.zetetic.net/).
  • BeamBox (seems to have no home page) for beaming any file.
  • [X-Master](http://linkesoft.com/xmaster/), a very good hack manager.
  • [LispMe](http://www.lispme.de/) a Scheme interpreter. Why? Because it’s cool.
  • [Quartus](http://www.quartus.net/) a Forth compiler. Why? Because it’s cool.
  • [Vexed](http://vexed.sourceforge.net/), a freeware puzzle game.
  • [Frobnitz](http://frobnitz.sourceforge.net/) a freeware Z-Code interpreter and a few [Scott Adams game files](http://www.msadams.com/downloads.htm).
  • [iRogue](http://roguelike-palm.sourceforge.net/iRogue/download.php), a port of Rogue. I wish there were a port of NetHack…

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