Last Thursday, I co-hosted the Computer Outlook radio show. Our guest was Michael Rothestein of Landware. Michael is a Technical Specialist, so he was intimately familiar with all of Landware’s software and he had a lot of good tips and interesting information.
In case you haven’t heard of Landware before, here’s a little background. Landware has been around longer than Palm OS. They were founded in 1994 and were originally software developers for the Apple Newton. Since then, they’ve become one of the premier Palm OS software developers, known for such titles as Pocket Quicken, Leonard Maltin Movie Guide, and Wine Enthusiast Guide, among others. All told, Landware has over 35 products for Palm OS, Pocket PC and Newton.