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  1. Yes, I am! Just got a HP tc4200 last week. Wand tapping is a great way to plow through emails and blog entries. Very natural, fast, and gratifying.

  2. Yes, I am! Just got a HP tc4200 last week. Wand tapping is a great way to plow through emails and blog entries. Very natural, fast, and gratifying.

  3. Yes, I am! Just got a HP tc4200 last week. Wand tapping is a great way to plow through emails and blog entries. Very natural, fast, and gratifying.

  4. Yes, I am! Just got a HP tc4200 last week. Wand tapping is a great way to plow through emails and blog entries. Very natural, fast, and gratifying.

  5. Yes, I am! Just got a HP tc4200 last week. Wand tapping is a great way to plow through emails and blog entries. Very natural, fast, and gratifying.

  6. Yes, I am! Just got a HP tc4200 last week. Wand tapping is a great way to plow through emails and blog entries. Very natural, fast, and gratifying.

  7. Yes, I am! Just got a HP tc4200 last week. Wand tapping is a great way to plow through emails and blog entries. Very natural, fast, and gratifying.

  8. Yes, I am! Just got a HP tc4200 last week. Wand tapping is a great way to plow through emails and blog entries. Very natural, fast, and gratifying.

  9. Yes, I am! Just got a HP tc4200 last week. Wand tapping is a great way to plow through emails and blog entries. Very natural, fast, and gratifying.

  10. Yes, I am! Just got a HP tc4200 last week. Wand tapping is a great way to plow through emails and blog entries. Very natural, fast, and gratifying.

  11. I regret to say that I am not. I am, instead, a member of the Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club. I’m not sure whether there are more people like me, but I suspect there are.

  12. I regret to say that I am not. I am, instead, a member of the Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club. I’m not sure whether there are more people like me, but I suspect there are.

  13. I regret to say that I am not. I am, instead, a member of the Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club. I’m not sure whether there are more people like me, but I suspect there are.

  14. I regret to say that I am not. I am, instead, a member of the Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club. I’m not sure whether there are more people like me, but I suspect there are.

  15. I regret to say that I am not. I am, instead, a member of the Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club. I’m not sure whether there are more people like me, but I suspect there are.

  16. I regret to say that I am not. I am, instead, a member of the Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club. I’m not sure whether there are more people like me, but I suspect there are.

  17. I regret to say that I am not. I am, instead, a member of the Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club. I’m not sure whether there are more people like me, but I suspect there are.

  18. I regret to say that I am not. I am, instead, a member of the Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club. I’m not sure whether there are more people like me, but I suspect there are.

  19. Hang in there – i think Tablet functionality is important, I use it, but not every day, and I would be very sad to see it go. I think it adds certain additional functionality that is vitally important. Like I say in my longer blogpost here (http://www.espen.com/archives/2005/11/yabhtu.html) I really hope Microsoft has some staying power on this one (as well as the laptop vendors) – changes in use take time, and the technology is not enough evolved yet.

  20. Hang in there – i think Tablet functionality is important, I use it, but not every day, and I would be very sad to see it go. I think it adds certain additional functionality that is vitally important. Like I say in my longer blogpost here (http://www.espen.com/archives/2005/11/yabhtu.html) I really hope Microsoft has some staying power on this one (as well as the laptop vendors) – changes in use take time, and the technology is not enough evolved yet.

  21. Hang in there – i think Tablet functionality is important, I use it, but not every day, and I would be very sad to see it go. I think it adds certain additional functionality that is vitally important. Like I say in my longer blogpost here (http://www.espen.com/archives/2005/11/yabhtu.html) I really hope Microsoft has some staying power on this one (as well as the laptop vendors) – changes in use take time, and the technology is not enough evolved yet.

  22. Hang in there – i think Tablet functionality is important, I use it, but not every day, and I would be very sad to see it go. I think it adds certain additional functionality that is vitally important. Like I say in my longer blogpost here (http://www.espen.com/archives/2005/11/yabhtu.html) I really hope Microsoft has some staying power on this one (as well as the laptop vendors) – changes in use take time, and the technology is not enough evolved yet.

  23. Hang in there – i think Tablet functionality is important, I use it, but not every day, and I would be very sad to see it go. I think it adds certain additional functionality that is vitally important. Like I say in my longer blogpost here (http://www.espen.com/archives/2005/11/yabhtu.html) I really hope Microsoft has some staying power on this one (as well as the laptop vendors) – changes in use take time, and the technology is not enough evolved yet.

  24. Hang in there – i think Tablet functionality is important, I use it, but not every day, and I would be very sad to see it go. I think it adds certain additional functionality that is vitally important. Like I say in my longer blogpost here (http://www.espen.com/archives/2005/11/yabhtu.html) I really hope Microsoft has some staying power on this one (as well as the laptop vendors) – changes in use take time, and the technology is not enough evolved yet.

  25. Hang in there – i think Tablet functionality is important, I use it, but not every day, and I would be very sad to see it go. I think it adds certain additional functionality that is vitally important. Like I say in my longer blogpost here (http://www.espen.com/archives/2005/11/yabhtu.html) I really hope Microsoft has some staying power on this one (as well as the laptop vendors) – changes in use take time, and the technology is not enough evolved yet.

  26. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  27. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  28. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  29. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  30. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  31. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  32. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  33. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  34. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  35. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  36. There is a better principle which seems to be forgotten by many microsoft enthusiasts – KISS – Keep It Simple Stupid. YABHTU is not something I will remember the minute I leave this comment box ! In fact, I had to cut and paste it to make sure the letters were done correctly. Long Live the Tablet PC name – quit trying to change it. Tablet PC is EASY to remember. Duh (Dumb user habits).

  37. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html

  38. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html

  39. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html

  40. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html

  41. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html

  42. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html

  43. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html

  44. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html

  45. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html

  46. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html

  47. Yet Another Disappointed Tablet User club is far far greater than the whole of the YABHTU membership. I’ve seen it on the front-lines (believe me), most famously (to bloggers) Peter Rysavy and then Conrad himself, but heck even CEOs, Hyatt was driven to Macs after Tablets. Tablet has lost as many as it has gained, if not more.

    Me? I am in the middle, big fan of Pen Computing itself, but Tablet is no Dynabook, sotospeak. Will withhold final judgement until Vista and OneNote 2. But it’s always the same cast of characters, repeating the same tired script (minus some, like HPClean), same dead-men-walking Tablet team on the eternal Tech and Educational conference romps and the same generic developers cooking up the same usual Early Adopter rot, with the big developers not seeing enough demand to care, and the same MVPIsh religiously zealotish fanboys as “community”, playing the usual inside-baseball Microsoft games, the same over-the-top Gates hubris that never gets reflected in terms of real action. It’s been more than 4 years for me and the storyline has never changed, well minus the backtracking on training and touchscreen. Wake me up in 2 years or so.

    And oh, you do know the Microsoft buzzword is NOT Tablet anymore? Rather “Ultra-mobile PC” or “Mobile PC”. Har har har. Beyond lame.

    Cynical and snarky? Yes, but then I was a founding member of YABHTU.

    http://dolcetechnica.com/blogs/peter/archive/2004/06/23/2118.aspx
    http://www.michaelhyatt.com/workingsmart/2005/04/why_i_ditched_m.html