Check out Code Project - lots of great articles on Palm programming: http://www.codeproject.com/sea...
Go to Sourceforge - it may take a while to pick through the weeds, but you should find some useful projects to examine the code:
C programming for Palm: http://onboardc.sourceforge.ne...
http://www.vb-helper.com/review_palm_ides.html -- a review of Palm IDEs - may give you some ideas
http://porganizer.sourceforge.net/ -- Palm Organizer has the essential files for creating a Palm program if you look at the bottom of the page
Try the 1stSource forums, check out the menu on the left for various Palm models and you'll be sure to find some useful info:
For some fun - and perhaps some code to review:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/phoinix/ -- Gameboy emulator for Palm
http://sourceforge.net/projects/palmapple/?source=recommended -- Apple II emulator for Palm
More emulators to consider: http://the-gadgeteer.com/2004/...
http://www.codejedi.com/shadowplan/castaway.html -- Atari ST emulator
http://frodopalm.sourceforge.n... -- commodore 64 emulator
Good luck and have fun!
Is Lois Lerner a living high-power human drive degausser? That seems to be the only explanation other than massive corruption and we know that can't be the case because Obama said that there wasn't a smidgeon of corruption . . .
"all data is recoverable"
Wanna bet? -- Lois Lerner
Nice BS AC. Try again. The IRS Inspector General's office stated in a letter that only 6 groups with “progress” or “progressive” in their names were given any scrutiny at all for potential political activity, while 70 percent of “progressive” groups received no additional scrutiny. The letter continued, “In comparison, 100 percent of the tax-exempt applications with Tea Party, Patriots, or 9/12 in their names were processed as potential political cases” and subjected to intrusive scrutiny. Finally, the letter concluded that it “did not find evidence that the IRS used [the term “Progressive”] as selection criteria for potential political cases.”
Further, all of the leftist political groups received their approval very quickly whereas most of the tea part groups have waited years and still haven't received approval of their applications! The reason why "repubs" are still "fucking this dead story" is because it isn't dead you brain-dead fucktard. Nixon merely wanted to use the IRS to oppress his political opponents but was denied - Obama fucking succeeded!
Bloody sycophant. Jeez. The computers of six people who were targets of Congressional investigation almost simultaneously crash and the backups deleted (without the effected computers having their emails restored shortly after the crash as would normally be the case) AND they can't locate the local or backup copies of the emails on the recipient computers or backup systems?
I guess for you it's Donkeys all the way down. . .
What about where the emails were sent? The emails that were "lost" were sent to the White House, the Department of Justice (Lerner sent other emails that we know of trying to coordinate with DOJ to try to drum up prosecutions of Tea Party groups) and the FEC to try to target any alleged political speech. Each of these departments should have independent backups and records on each of the recipient's computers.
A member of the House has already sent a request to the NSA for any metadata it may have on Lerner's emails. Hopefully this will help track down any "lost" emails and who the recipients were.
Wow. IRS targets conservative groups during run-up to Presidential election when Democrat President is incumbent and it's the GOP that doing "mouth-breathing bullshit" and their efforts to investigate are slimy and empty? What facts would constitute evidence of wrongdoing?
- How about the fact that the IRS admitted to wrongdoing?
- How about the fact that Lerner took the 5th because her actions in the matter may incriminate her criminally?
- How about her coordination with the DOJ and FTC to target these same conservative groups?
- How about her planting a question in the audience at an unrelated event in order to sell her cover story before the scandal broke with the press?
- How about the bullshit story that the targeting was only done by a couple of "rogue employees" in Cincinnati?
- How about the fact that the IRS conveniently cannot recover her emails to the White House, the DOJ and the FTC (the very organizations which the investigation was looking into)?
- How about the fact that the IRS is now reporting that it can also not locate the emails for six more employees at the center of the investigation?
This administration's dissimulation and lies are only making this story worse. Their stories are regularly changing, they're claiming the "dog ate my emails" and the trail of this scandal keeps going up higher and higher in the chain of command in this administration.
This is merely empty mouth-breathing bullshit and slimy political posturing? Would you be so glib about this if these things happened during a Republican administration? If you wouldn't mind illuminating everyone, could you please tell us what criminal actions you would be worthy of investigation? How much evidence is necessary to show corruption? Do you need to have Obama smoking a joint rolled in the printed emails? Does he have to be caught with his hand feeding the shredder or sneaking down the halls of the IRS with a huge degausser wiping hard drives?
Republicans at least had the decency to ask Nixon to step down when 18 minutes turned up missing from the tapes. Democrats blow off every scandal and criminal act they commit as "political theater."
Hey, it's all good. Once we've got fridges hooked up, coke cans and bottles, Lunchables, and every other food related item and cigarette packs, alcohol bottles, beer mugs, and so forth we can pass a law where they will integrate with our shiny Obamacare system so that your insurance can be adjusted according to what you eat! Perhaps all of our lives little details will become mandatorily given to the government for our own good - you been getting around a sleeping with some honeys (I know, this is Slashdot, but we can all have a dream!) , the government must know because it increases your risk of an STD which increases your risk profile, own a gun? that'll be hooked into the government information pool too. Own a gun? Watch too much TV? Play too many video games? Don't watch enough government sanctioned TV? Everything can be used to enhance your profile of insurance risk, terrorism risk, etc.
The third party doctrine will accommodate any invasion of privacy since, under current law, once information about you becomes available to a third party, the government can compel it's production without a warrant. Once everything you own is hooked up to the Net, it all becomes fair game for government analysis. Of course, once these functions become ubiquitous opting out will become impossible but the courts will continue to waive their collective hands and say that we willingly sent our private information to a third party so it's fair game for the government.