This past Monday I got a physical, you know the whole works. Not fun, but the nurse did say I was a hottie and I had a nice hat, so it wasn’t all bad.
So am I brining up my trip to put my compliments in print . . . no.
The Doctor walks in, with a tablet PC. All the questions he asks, he writes the answers on his tablet. He said he got it about two weeks ago, and so far was pretty happy with it.
We discussed his use of technology, he currently has a palm and a separate phone, I think I might have converted him to Windows Mobile 6, showing him my AT&T 8125. He liked having the PDA, phone and camera all in a single device.
He mentioned that the tablet came with OneNote, which being a Content Developer, I live in. Besides Outlook, OneNote is probably one of the applications I use most during my day. The Doctor said he didn’t quite have the hang of OneNote yet, so I gave him so pointers, and suggested he read the tutorial information that came with it. As a Doctor, how can he not like a program that aggregates all types of content:
- Web Pages
OneNote is a pretty powerful tool. If you haven’t checked it out yet, you probably should. I would have liked to have spoken with him further, but the Doctor was finished.
To the Doctor that gave me a clean bill of health, good luck with your tablet PC. I would be interested to speak with him again in a couple of months to hear how he is doing with it.