Yes, I know! In fact I use JPilot
my Palm under Linux.
But what I'm refering to is that there's no conduit for Linux (or any other OS but Windows) that can deal with my WebLog entries. I can retrieve its files, but I won't be able to do anything with them (which is a bit odd for a weblog), unless I parse them.
Since I had the raw PDB file, and I knew a little about its structure I decided to use my favourite programming language to `parse' the interesting information from it!
"A chicken is an egg's way of producing more eggs."
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