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Notes From The Inside – November 2003
The autumn leaves are turning, and the holiday season is almost
upon us! After an eventful summer, Conduits has some news to
share with you!
News on Conduits:
Conduits is extremely proud to announce that four of our most popular Pocket
PC applications: Pocket Slides, Pocket Artist, Pocket Player and Timekeeper
were declared winners on Wednesday, October 22nd, at the Best Pocket PC
Software Awards 2003 ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada. You can read more about
the Pocket PC award winners at: http://www.pocketpcmag.com/awards/.
Pictured: Pocket PC Magazine Editor Rich Hall, Conduits CEO Jason Patterson,
and Conduits COO Carrie Hall.
The annual industry shindig was held at the beautiful Venetian Resort and
Casino; poolside, of course! The Conduits Team greatly enjoyed mingling and
talking tech with members of the Pocket PC community and meeting new faces.
News on Products:
Three update releases are imminent:
Pocket Artist 2.7 is right around the corner, and will feature better
Windows Mobile 2003 support (currently, on WM2003 devices there are
some interface glitches), and a much-improved red-eye brush. The tool
has been updated into a generalized color replacement brush -- but
works best in "Red-eye Mode"! Wipe out red-eye from your photos in
one simple step.
Pocket Slides 1.8 is also coming around the bend -- support for newer
Toshiba VGA devices is supported, as supporting another key feature.
Stay tuned to the Pocket Slides website or newsletter!
Pocket Launcher 1.52 is also ready for release -- its update
includes enhanced compatibility with Windows Mobile 2003.
Pocket Player should be updated by the end of the year. Past that,
we will have quite an exciting 2004 in store for everyone!
If you would like to see your ideas become part of these updates, please send
an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I
will forward them ASAP to the dev team.
And, as always, we welcome your comments. Want a new Pocket PC product? Want
a specific product update? Speak up! Email email@example.com and be heard!
All the best,