Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: South Korea
Oops, I just noticed your post and had already erased the CO stuff from the TJ37...
But speaking from memory...
On the TJ37, you can draw freenotes and stuff, but you don't have the bucket at the bottom for easy moving of different media among different programs.
Also since the TJ37 doesn't have the data assistant thing, I can't jump to create a datebook appointment out the info highlighted in e-mail or neat stuff like that.
So, the attractive & fun things (1. easily moving info from one program to another through that bucket thing at the bottom; 2. creating datebook appt, todos etc from one tap in the e-mail program; 3. the new CO stickers etc) didn't work that well.
I guess the freenotes worked okay, drawing directly onto the calendar program in different colors was cool, having a memo pad with 32K capacity was nice, and the I think the CO reference did work (to see a map of the Seoul National University Campus) but I remember being really disappointed about the bucket thing on the bottom and the CO stickers not working (since TJ37 has no virtual graffiti area). Oh yeah, and having a tree-list for ToDos was nice, but the CO version is not as space-efficient as programs such as ShadowPlanner etc.
Still, even for UX users, the CO's 32k memos would have been better than the 4k memos UX users currently end up with.
and interconnectivity among all the apps on my pda (that is, without having to go down the Note Studio path) through the cool bucket thing on the bottom, that would have been cool... a liberating wiki universe on the palm
edit: okay, a wiki universe is something of an exaggeration, okay, a big exaggeration... but still, the idea and flexibility of it... with such a convenient user interface (drag & drop instead of bracket formatting efforts etc)... the co still captures my imagination for its possibilities...
Last edited by nausicaa : 10-30-2004 at 10:15 AM.