Team, all, After many years, I've decided to take out the PalmOS powered T|X. Few items of note here, the good: 1. The interface is very fast, programs and utilities load quickly. 2. The resolution aint all that bad. I can load my PDFs and use it as a pocket E-Reader. 3. PIM, I need this thing to be useful and that it is... The Bad: 1. Blazer is broke, I'm not sure I can get any sites to load, is there a modern alternative 2. No "apps" there's plenty out there just not in this universe. 3. Stuff works, it's a powerful device, there just no modernization. The Ugly: 1. I'm not sure there's any holdouts for these devices. Looks like the PalmOS platform for the most part has been completely abandoned by Palm and its user groups. 2. Per above, there's plenty of forums of converting the T|X to a SIP phone with a hacked internal speaker, google maps, and other stuff. But... 3. Palm made a serious mistake to leave it's users, developers, and general base by not continuing in the vein of PalmOS. It's actually badass. They just decided to go in a whole new direction, on a different platform and reinvent the wheel. It had plenty of apps, it just needed a facelift and web-integration. Shame. So, questions: 1. Is there an online repository of programs of yore? There's many broken links in this universe. 2. Is there any active (basement) developers? 3. A Facebook page? 4. A re-insurgence, hipster movement? I think that the T|X or other modern PalmOS devices could hang has a modern-ish device that could browse, twiter, youtube, and googlemap itself to relivence, it just needs developers behind it.