I was listening to a Hanselminutes podcast and he mentioned a reference to the "Who Moved My Cheese" book (not sure if it was intentional!). It's a great little book about managing change in life and specifically at work. Well worth a read even if you think you are ok with handling change. Good stuff, it's a really small if you aren't normally a reader. I think I have already given my copy to someone but it's only a couple of quid so pick it up.
We have a new PDA in town now. As a replacement for the army of MC9000 and MC70s that are in the field and are being discontinued, we now are moving up to the Motorola MC65. I have had the new handheld for about a week now and have been impressed so far. It's a great improvement over the MC70. I have no idea how the numbering system of the Symbol / Motorola devices works. I assume there must be several ranges such as the 50s 60s and 70s.? Anyway the?PDA?has windows mobile 6.5.3, a better touch screen and is faster. Much faster. The skin that has been put on the OS has also applied to our software and I think it makes it look much cooler. We had several problems in adjusting our software so it would work with the new MC65. First was the change in resolution. The MC70 has a much lower resolution than the MC65s and as some of our screens were not using the auto scale settings in the form and some of the buttons on our forms were created at run time rather than design time, this posed