I've checked on my WM5 device and it seems that java applications are called MIDlets, written for the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) of the Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME).
Windows Mobile is a popular platform, so is Symbian and then there are still others used. I think within each there are numerous versions and platforms. Development of a brain application that will work smoothly on these may take up significant resources, though i don't have relavent exerience to comment sensibly on this - anyone with experience of mobile java shed light on the effort that might be required? In terms of usage, i do use my mobile to take notes in meetings occassoinally or jot things down. But within a day or two i transfer anything synchronised and relavent into the brain on the PC anyway. Perhaps using WM brains for brainstorming or other transient purposes would make it useful to have. If a synchronisation capability were enabled with PB4 whereby thoughts (and their content, which mostly converts seemlessly to WM and other platforms ok these days) could be tagged to be synchonised and automatic rules of linking synchronised (but ordinarily unconnected) thoughts were established, then that might be useful. For example, if heading out to a meeting, i could select and crawl a set of chosen thoughts relavent to that meeting and click synchronise with mobile device (as defined in prefs). Then select either existing or new mobile brain file. Then if existing, select new parent thought within existing mobile brain. But perhaps the greatest usage would come from using in its thinking tool capability rather than as a knowledge management tool simply becase these mobile devices don't have the performance to manage any significant amount of knowledge . In the end i'd expect that on the mobile platform the novelty would soon wear off for me, relagated for attempting to impress highly intelligent ladies that i really am an interesting person (come up to my den and i'll show you my brain etc ). Personally i'd be up for the team concentrating on continued development of the PC/Mac based versions rather than investing additional effort on mobile devices, which all seem to have their individual requirements. Be interesting to hear other opinions of the usefulness of or keenness for a moble platform brain. cheers Jim
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