Comment #1 posted on 2021-10-14T14:13:27Z by Brian-in-ohio
I loved this show! Nice to hear about older hardware being used.
Comment #2 posted on 2021-10-14T18:07:17Z by Gumnos
Looking forward to this one!
I've long desired to own a 5mx (possibly running either Linux or NetBSD) but have never been able to justify the cost outlay to myself. Looking forward to hearing about your adventures with it!
Comment #3 posted on 2021-10-15T19:53:49Z by Cometcycle
Trip down memory lane
Great to hear a show about a Psion PDA. I still have a Revo somewhere in need of repair. Never got round to getting it working directly with Linux but used under a VM with Windows XP and Lotus Smartsuite.
Comment #4 posted on 2021-10-16T12:05:46Z by Dave Morriss
Thanks so much for doing the show, it was excellent.
It brought a tear to my eye to hear the story of my old Psion being so well appreciated and cared for!
I worked for university IT department here in Edinburgh, and my boss bought these devices for all of the managers in the department. I used mine a lot over the years. Occasionally I'd record audio on it, but more often I'd write notes in meetings or use its calendar and contact application.
I'm pretty certain it can output documents to a printer using a built-in IR device. I had an monochrome HP LaserJet in my office which would accept documents over IR. It was really useful in this regard. No idea how you'd do that these days - an IR device on a Raspberry Pi? Hmm...
Hope to hear more about your adventures with the Psion - and anything else "of interest to hackers" - in the future :-)
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