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I've lost track of the number of times I've said "Here we go, again" in the context of changing jobs and careers.

It looks like I'll be changing jobs again. This time it's a switch from editing the printed version of The HP Palmtop Paper to maintaining the Palmtop Paper on the Web. The change is happening sooner than I expected, but that's life in the fast-paced world of the information age.

For the past two years I've served as the editor of The HP Palmtop Paper. It's been exciting-sort of like riding a bicycle down hill-without any brakes. It's been a challenge dealing with the later stages of the HP Palmtop's product-life-cycle while trying to keep up with the new uses people keep finding for our venerable machine.

Over the past eight years, The HP Palmtop Paper has enhanced the Palmtop User's Guide with articles and tips for beginners and advanced users. We've documented the usefulness of the Palmtop with tales from users themselves.

Now, we'll be moving exclusively to the Web. This will allow us to be more timely with articles about how people are currently using the HP Palmtop. Look for articles about ham radio, software for scripture scholars, GPS receivers and cellular telephones used with the Palmtop. There will still be the usual "Tips, Traps and Techniques" , letters and new product reviews. The advantages will be that we can insert live links to other places on the Web so you won't have to type the URL's.

In this transitional issue we give you a taste of things to come. Wayne Kneeskern has two articles. His Gutenberg database will help you organize your Palmtop as a virtual library when used with the 2000 CD InfoBase. His second article reveals that the Palmtop can do something no other Palmtop or PDA can: sniff the air on board a space shuttle and the upcoming International Space Station. Natalie Bugeaud, M.D., offers a mind-expanding article on the future of 'personal computing.' Hal Goldstein takes a first look at the latest offering from HP, the Jornada 545 Pocket PC. In my 'Through the Looking Glass' column, I tell about a Windows program that makes using the Palmtop's database applications even easier. The "Tips, Traps and Techniques" column is an eclectic mixture of suggestions for those who are pushing the Palmtop to do more.

See you, next time, on the Web at www.PalmtopPaper.com

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