The adventures of Dayrunner Pt. II

CobraBoy (
Sun, 19 Jan 1997 10:00:31 -0800

In our last episode I chronicled the adventures of "dayrunner." To fill you
in, dayrunner is a bright shiney RSA Data Security dayrunner. The likes of
which most people have never seen. Smoozed and traded off of Rohit it has
proven to be quite the fun item at trade shows.

At MacWorld no one except for a couple of my friends and a high placed
Adobe executive knew what it was. While I found this somewhat shocking, I
then realized where I was. Had I had something of value to the Mac - o
philes like say a BBEdit dayrunner I'm sure I would have been a big hit.
However the reaction of the Adobe exec. was almost worth the trip alone.

Yesterday I ventured to the NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants)
show in Anaheim. I received quite an overwhelming response. Not that anyone
knew what it was, they just liked the way it looked. Eventually I got tired
of trying to explain to muso's what RSA was so I refrained from "whipping
it out."

All this in preparation for Internet world in March, then Siggraph in



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