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The second coming? Another one bites the dust? There might be a new Alphasmart on the way

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Posted by Amontillado
Aug 12, 2022 at 05:50 PM

 

https://alphasmart.com. Twelve days until the reveal.

Please, please, please let Freewrite have learned the lessons of previous products.

I wish them all the best. Particularly if greater shreds of common sense manifest in the product.

 


Posted by tberni
Aug 15, 2022 at 10:36 AM

 

So be it! ... We will wait these 9 days.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Aug 16, 2022 at 07:45 AM

 

Hurrah! My handle is based on my love for the AlphaSmart Dana! May there be a Second Coming!!!

Amontillado wrote:
https://alphasmart.com. Twelve days until the reveal.
> >Please, please, please let Freewrite have learned the lessons of
>previous products.
> >I wish them all the best. Particularly if greater shreds of common sense
>manifest in the product.

 


Posted by 22111
Aug 16, 2022 at 11:00 AM

 

The idea of an “Alphasmart” - i.e. of “some sort-of-typewriter which could even fall into the water if needed, and without that incident being the ultimate catastrophy then” had been tempting indeed, but at the end of the day, we all had to acknowledge - and yes, of course, you retain the right to deny facts, just as you do in politics, haha!) - that just some 5, 6 lines of text, once we had become accustomed to moving passages / re-integrating concepts into broader ones -, to “create”, instead of just of “writing”... wasn’t just enough, for our creating things, just not jotting down ideas - for which, as said, a DM-720 (about 150 bucks, no “interest” in their sales, except YOUR interest in doing your work done…) the device being allowed to fall over board of our jolly or not -
don’t be fools, mates: do your thing, but after thinking even how to do things, ‘k?

(Sorry if that emulation came with some “full screen”, and the according functionalities: discard my comment from your further thinking then… and only then, I might say…)

 


Posted by Amontillado
Aug 16, 2022 at 11:44 AM

 

22111 wrote:

>the end of the day, we all had to acknowledge

Mmmm… “We all?”

Kemosabe paints with overly broad forked brush.

 


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