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Old 07-02-2003, 03:14 PM   #1
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i first met Isilo when i was looking for an offline browser to view my online text book used in my psychology class (html format). I have to say it was the sleekest thing ever bc i was able to store my complete course text book onto my Clie and read it during my travel time to college, which i would rarely do at home.. besides, i only had to bring my pda instead of everything else to my class (which includes that bible size text book), it was like heaven.

Although i had to do the convertion for each of the chapters but it was well worth the effort as soon as i started reading with auto-scrolling and enjoying full color pictures and graphs. dude, i was actaully having fun reading my class text for the first time in my life! honest, i would not had gotten a better grade if it wasnt the time spent on the train isilo-ing .. what can i say? isilo blows!

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