Advertisement Stay tuned by James Kendrick Feb 25, 2005 - 10:18 PM PST 12 Comments Advertisement 12 Comments jk February 26th, 2005 Budget, nobody told me about any budget. Steve February 26th, 2005 P.S. If the show is full of lovely tidbits of advice like the one above, it’ll be a smash. I especially like the one where James recommends to tablet users that closing the lid conserves battery power, so he says in a meeting, as inconspicuously as possible you swivel the screen around, slam it shut, and flip it back over when you need to write again. that’s been a wonderful piece of advice for all those long, boring meetings I attend, and then afterward people always ask me what kind of device I’m using. Great advice, James. Looking for a lot more just like it. Steve February 26th, 2005 I can tell this will be a quality show just based on the high quality graphic. Hope you didn’t blow your whole budget on that, James. Kevin C. Tofel February 26th, 2005 Ok, I’m about halfway through the test, but I’m stuck. Does anyone have a Brillo pad I can borrow? If the Tablet Show PC show has just half of this much humor, I’m a subscriber for life! ;) Kidding aside, I can’t wait to hear the first Tablet PC Show on TPN! kct jk February 26th, 2005 Michael, if I were you I’d wait for Kevin to try it first and report back on his experience. :) Michael Parekh February 26th, 2005 Just got a brand, spanking new Motion Computing 1400A…can’t wait to try the market on the screen…just going to have to go get some Windex first though… jk February 26th, 2005 Kevin, it’s really easy to remove highlighter from the screen. In fact here’s a test you can try on your Tablet PC: take a marker, any marker will do but if you want to really test this out use a permanent marker of some sort. Write all over your Tablet screen- fill it all up, profanities are the best things to write to test it out. Once the marker has dried thoroughly to give it a chance to set in really well take a bottle of some brand of glass cleaner. I use Windex personally. Soak the screen until the entire Tablet is completely wet, this is very important to make this work. When the screen is completely saturated with the cleaner take a Brillo pad and scrape the screen really well. You will be amazed as all the writing scrapes right off the screen. In just a few minutes your Tablet screen will be completely free of all the markings you made on it. See, it’s really easy! jk February 26th, 2005 TDavid, I just sent you an email. TDavid February 26th, 2005 James – per your request on Jeremy’s blog I contacted you by email about contributing to this show and never heard back from you. Maybe my email never made it to your inbox? You can reply to the email here and drop me a message or skype me at “TDavid” and let’s chat about it. Marc Orchant February 26th, 2005 Kevin – stop teasing James. If you two can’t play nice, I’m going to have to separate you… Oh wait, you’re already across the country from each other ;^) Seriously, I can not wait to hear both shows James. You and Kevin should be a hoot! Kevin C. Tofel February 26th, 2005 jk, that’s great to hear! I see you used your digital ink to write the message, but why did you use a highlighter on your screen for the smiley? How do you remove that from the Sony screen??? ;) kct Kay February 26th, 2005 How soon? Comments are closed.