Lotus Agenda

Dead PIM product. 1994 article says Victor Cruz, spokesman for Lotus Development Corp., says Lotus stopped developing Agenda after selling only 100,000 copies. They thought Agenda was too difficult to learn, so they bought a no-brainer program called the Threads Organizer (I guess this was Lotus Organizer) from a company in the United Kingdom. Threads looks like a notebook and a day calendar, so it is obvious what it does. Agenda is more subtle. Lotus has sold 450,000 copies of Threads.

Re-reading the old articles now reminds me of Semantic Web and Object Browser ideas.

http://home.neo.rr.com/pim/alinks.htm One factor that has breathed new life into Agenda is the HP 200LX Palm Top PC (1994). The 200LX is a rugged, full featured AT class computer that can easily fit in a coat pocket and run on two AA batteries for weeks. It's form factor is even smaller than the current WinCE machines. The Agenda/200LX combination provides users with an extremely powerful PIM and research tool that can literally be taken anywhere!

http://www.palmtop.net/agenda.html

http://guterman.com/guterman_clips/guterman_clips_Agenda/guterman_clips_agenda.html

I've got an actively developed Agenda page at http://www.chungkuo.org/agenda/agenda.html with a collection of files, many new. --BobNewell

Agenda --2003/12/13 15:51 GMT
Hi,

Do you know if it is possible to obtain a copy of Lotus Agenda?

Tony-jenkins@fsmail.net in the UK

Agenda --2003/12/13 15:51 GMT
Hi,

Do you know if it is possible to obtain a copy of Lotus Agenda?

Tony-jenkins@fsmail.net in the UK


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