View Full Version : Let your 9200 look after your Business and your Bod


TANKERx
20-08-2002, 06:41 PM
L3 Solutions (http://www.l3solutions.com) have released two value bundles of their productivity software. You can purchase their Business Bundle (http://www.handango.com/brainstore/PlatformProductDetail.jsp?siteId=308&jid=59A129766 CE667783ADED6XB42673954&catalog=0&sectionId=0&prod uctType=2&platformId=4&productId=42058) and My Body (http://www.handango.com/brainstore/PlatformProductDetail.jsp?siteId=308&jid=59A129766 CE667783ADED6XB42673954&catalog=0&sectionId=0&prod uctType=2&platformId=4&productId=42062) suite for $49.95 and $44.95 respectively (affiliate links provided).......

The Business Bundle consists of;
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TimeBill
AutoLog
Business Journal
Expense Report
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While in the My Body Suite you can find;
[list]
My Diet
My Fitness
Health Calc
Nutridata[/list:u]

These packages range in individual price from $14.95 to $24.95, so some saving is to be made by bundle purchase over individual purchases - of course, this assumes you want them all!

Take a look, demo versions of the individual applications are available to download from here (http://www.handango.com/brainstore/PlatformTopSoftware.jsp?authorId=80362&jid=59A1297 66CE667783ADED6XB42673954&platformId=4&siteId=308& title=L3Solutions%2C+LLC&zsortParams=true).

Hera
21-08-2002, 11:55 AM
Hi guys,
I'm just wondering does anyone use Visual Basic programs on their devices? I'm too lazy even to install its freeware versions :) So there's no surprise they become freeware.

Nosferatu
21-08-2002, 12:39 PM
Yeeeeeeha!!! pretty lady is in tha house... ;)

yeah i got the very same prob with visual basic apps...
i guess they will make it as forceware soon... hehehe...

SwitchBlade
21-08-2002, 02:08 PM
VB apps, pah, screw that then. Especially paying money for them, I'd never pay money for something written in VB.