About The Author
Hello, my name is Frank McPherson. I am a technology consultant for Hewlett Packard Enterprise, working in Detroit, Michigan, and author of several books about handheld computers, including “How To Do Everything With Windows Mobile.” My writing has also appeared in Pocket PC Magazine, and several web sites.
The opinions, information, and content of this web site are solely mine, Frank McPherson, and do not reflect the opinions of my employer, past, present, or future.
About This Site
On this web site I will be writing about the emerging personal computing era that I have laid out in my first post. I will be writing about the mashup of hardware, software, Internet, and intelligence that I think will make personal computing real. Each of these components are at different degrees of maturity, so I will write about each individually and together as appropriate.
In the spirit of weblogging, I mostly plan to use this site to share what I find about each of these components that I think are interesting. I really do think that we are on the verge of something very interesting and I am looking forward to writing about it here. My simple request of you is that if you find something here of interest, whether you agree or disagree with my opinions, to share it with others via whatever means is easiest to you.
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