Is probably good now.
When I was in college I had a PDA (Visor Edge) that I took all my handwritten notes on. It allowed for backup to my desktop after class, lightened the load of carrying a dozen notebooks, and I could add spreadsheets and other data along with it. For any overhead slides I brought a digital camera. Why copy manually what can be copied digitally? The other students thought I was cheating, the professors thought it was ingenious.
These days I would probably find it hard to replicate the old Graffiti input since typing on my phone isn't quite the same (bluetooth keyboard?) but it worked for me and I would try to keep that paradigm as closely as I can.
There's more to life and computers than Java.
1) Build electric vehicle
2) Get electricity from Hamsters
Greenest car since the Prius!
You have to register to take the poll.
Since I bothered to add my vote to the other 99% of voters and I won't bother to go to the site again I hereby release my login info for all to mess with the site:
If I'd known computer science was going to be like this, I'd never have given up being a rock 'n' roll star. -- G. Hirst