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Marc Orchant is learning to think small and it’s about time (and space, and battery life).  His recent trip to NYC was done using this setup as his mobile office: This photo takes me back to my mobile office of old: Marc’s setup gets much better […]

Marc Orchant is learning to think small and it’s about time (and space, and battery life).  His recent trip to NYC was done using this setup as his mobile office:

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This photo takes me back to my mobile office of old:

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Marc’s setup gets much better battery life though.  Marc, I’d get the new iGo Stowaway keyboard and get the top row of keys back.  Well done, pal.

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  1. That bottom photo is the photo that was posted to Jeff Kirvin’s Writing On Your Palm newsgroup years ago. It’s the reason I first visited this site!

    crazy.

    I remember seeing that and thinking, man, that’s cool.

  2. James: thanks for the link pal. Y’know, I tried the bigger Stowaway and, despite the extra row of keys, I didn’t like it as much as the smaller unit. It’s less rigid for on-the-lap typing and quite a bit bigger.

    This kit is ideal for grab-and-go work. I’m researching small “man purse” bags right now looking for a tiny gadget bag. For now, I’m using the zip-off front bag from my CES backpack but I’m hoping to find something a bit less conspicuous that has the same ruggedness as my full-sized, everything-but-the-kitchen-sink Oakley Sandbag. Any recommendations?

  3. James Kendrick Wednesday, May 30, 2007

    Marc, anything from sfbags.com

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