Are you glad that there is now one less platform to worry about? I know that it is bittersweet for you to see this happen. I remember the USRobotics Palm Pilot. I was always intrigued with it, having had an Apple Newton when those came out.
My first Palm was the Palm V which I won in a contest. I was not real keen on the idea of only 2mb of memory in the device because I had the Newton at 6mb, and was already running out of memory, and I couldn't afford to buy a larger SD card. But with Newton programs running 100-400k, it was refreshing to see most Palm programs under 50k. Wow, 2mb was a lot of memory then. Years later I bought a Palm III for my wife. Those lasted until her kids went to college, and then they were used buy the kids for their schedules. I bought a couple of Dell X3i Windows Mobiles to replace the Palms for us and used those for years. But all good things must come to an end, which the last of the Palms and Windows mobile handhelds were brought to our company e-waste drive yesterday.
Just think.... My Droid X is smaller than the screen size of the Newton.
Have a good day
I am not a DDHSoftware employee, just a long time HanDBase user.... from Palm to Windows Mobile to Android. Thanks to DDH, the database files transfered to each platform without a problem.