Hands High Software Timely announced. This corporation belonged to the first generation of Palm OS third-party developers that rose during the Dot Com Bubble. Hands-High Software developed many applications with a moderate to high success. Many of those applications actually became popular thanks to alliances with other corporations. Phone Log was a good Palm OS journaling app, namely oriented to document phone calls (go figure), but it lacked a desktop app with a conduit. Chapura Software took Phone Log and revamped it as Chapura PocketJournal (which I incidentally use on a daily basis ); this re-work done by Chapura can talk through a conduit to MS Office Outlook, landing the entries in the Outlook Journal. One of the best journaling apps ever. Slap is this odd app that offers a screen to input text, that can then be used to create an entry in the Calendar, or the Contacts, or the Tasks, or Email, or several other applications. This app offered the weird scope of inputting first the text, and in second place selecting the application of destination. The very same text could be used to input something in more than one PIM app. But it had a lowly success, until it was offered by SplashData as Snap! for Palm and Treo. The Snap! installation that I use even has its DBs named after the original app. Several other apps were incorporated in education-oriented bundles, such as ThoughtManager, which was offered in Teacher, Student, and Viewer versions. I tried two of these versions, but I declined cause they were pricy for what they actually offered. In the early years of the last decade, these bundles were tried in several education institutions looking forward to the era of lecturing without paper. Farewell, Hands-High.