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Have Dilbert every day of the year in your hand
Posted on 1-Sep-2003 20:33 | Tags Filed under: News


Have Dilbert every day of the year in your hand
This 2003 was the first year that I missed a Dilbert calendar in my desk. I couldn't find one. Apparently New Zealand wasn't on the list of countries where they had interest in selling the very funny calendars.

Dataviz will solve this. Dilbert and other cartoon characters are closer to your hand. Dose-a-Day is a "tear off" calendar for Palm and Pocket PCs.

Titles will become available from this 15th September. The software promisses to automatically deliver a surprise to your handheld every day. There is no longer a need to login, sign up, run out, download, or jump through hoops just to get your daily "Dose." Quickly customize the preferences to display when you want it and even save your favorites and view missed days.

Unlike traditional “tear-off” calendars, Dose-A-Day calendars can begin any time. When you install, the handheld automatically displays the correct day, month and year so you are guaranteed a full 365 days whether it is for Mother's Day, Father's Day, a birthday or holiday.


More information: http://www.dataviz.com/products/dose-a-day/in...




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