Palm Medical Stuff
Now I am on my Treo 650, and have had it since December, 2004. I love it. BUT, I still am working on upgrading it with stuff to make it more useful to me.
Recently, I have become enamored with the amount of free wisdom available on Project Gutenberg. There are currently 18,000 free titles available there. The problem is that no one really wants to sit in front of a computer screen and read Milton. Well, maybe the problem is that one doesn't want to read Milton in any form whatsoever, but that's not what I'm getting at.
I think it would be nice if there was a way for me to be able to read these things on my Treo. That way when I am on call or moonlighting, and have nothing to do, I can read. Reading philosophy or literature in the hospital is a challenging thing to do, because such endeavors require an amount of concentration that buzzing ICU alarms preclude, but it can be done.
So I am in the middle of setting up iSilo on my Palm, with the idea that I can convert Project Gutenberg plain text files into iSilo documents. We'll see how it goes...