The US$17.99 Personality Pack by Parallel Design has been updated for the Palm m505 and IBM c505. It consists of a flip-up cover that clips to the top of the Palm. The clip-on cover clicks into the utility slot at the back. It has no spring and works by friction. Covers come in either black or translucent colors. The translucent covers let you see your Palm screen without having to flip up the cover, convenient for checking to see if it’s switched on.
The NBA All-Star Game (and all of its associated parties) are in Philadelphia this weekend, so your Editor is going to take some time to enjoy the festivities. I am leaving you in the capable hands of Peter and Joe, who will be minding the shop until Monday or so. Tune in often, real-time publishing is in effect. Also, be sure to post your PowerBook rant or goofy weekend thought in the Newswire, we just may publish it. Hit me on AIM if you need me
A CNet story (“Mac Office vulnerable, Microsoft warns“) talks about a potential hole in Microsoft’s Office v. X. “Microsoft issued a security warning Wednesday saying that programmers with malicious intent could use Mac Office v. X’s product identifier to shut down one or more copies of the application running on a network or connected to the Internet.”