Luddites, or the enlightened?
Subject: Mobile | August 9, 2007 - 01:32 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
This may seem a little blasphemous, but Tech ARP has questioned the usefulness of PDAs! They tested a dedicated PDA against the old analog style personal organizer. Paper versus digital meet in a battle for supremacy. Before anyone points out that the paper organizer can't make phone calls it needs to be pointed out that the test is against a true PDA, not the multi-function PDA smart phones that have become available fairly recently.
"After so many years, there is still no clear evidence that using a PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) is any better
than just an old-fashioned paper organizer. Or is there? I'm sure many of you have contemplated whether it was worth
buying a PDA or if it was better for you to just to stick to your Franklin Covey."
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