[NTLK] Apple Newton Cadillac

Dennis Swaney romad at aol.com
Tue Jan 3 12:11:50 EST 2012

One reason is because the cord is usually too short. Another pet peeve is
that those stylii DON'T have a pointed tip; my signatures with them don't
match my legal signature at all.

Dennis B. Swaney

On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 05:55, Robert Stewart
<robertdylanstewart at gmail.com>wrote:

> His point isn't that a structural tether is bad, but that an electrical
> one is, because it's fragile. Ignorant people twist the cord to the point
> that it breaks, which causes the device to operate sporadically. A Wacom
> pen with steel cable epoxied to it would be just as secure and a lot less
> delicate. A resistive touch screen would be a terrible idea, though,
> because they need to flex to work, and people who write with their whole
> hand rather than their fingers would destroy them rapidly.

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