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Topcards are one of the great features of the HP Palmtop computers. The one above has appeared on my Palmtop for the past seven years. The "DC" icon on the left side of the topcard is the first and last letters in the acronym for Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) my teaching platform for the past 27 years. The topcard at the end of this message is new. The HP Palmtop Paper icon represents my moving from an old platform to a new one. Yet the more that things change, the more they stay the same: it's still me in the middle.

In this issue, you'll read about an oldie-but-goodie Lotus 1-2-3 application in the "Through the Looking Glass" column. It's an article based on class notes from 12 years ago when I taught symbolic logic. It was and still is a novel use of Lotus 1-2-3.

David Fisher blends the old with the new to project his idea that the Palmtop is a Talent Amplifier. You'll also get a taste of something new in Bill Childer's short article on how to mix a Palmtop with a digital camera to create an electronic photolab.

In his User to User column Hal Goldstein tells about his travels south and east while searching for the perfect palmtop and the ultimate Internet connection. If only Hal could have read Conrad Cox's article about the "Goin' Postal" email program he might have found a new way to keep in touch.

As I move from a highly structured platform to one that is less structured I see the need to better manage my time. Joy Soto Kocar's article is full of tips for doing this with the TimeTracker/LX and TimeLogr programs on the HP Palmtop.

Ed Keefe

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