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Jorg,

Congrats on make the top downloads for Microjava.com!
keith

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From: Micro Java Network [mailto:info@microjava.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 18, 2001 12:51 PM
To: keith.bigelow@lutris.com
Subject: The Latest from Micro Java Network (www.MicroJava.com)


Micro Java Network Newsletter (10/18/01)
Following are highlights from Micro Java Network http://www.microjava.com
October 5 - October 18
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SUMMARY

Downloads:
1. Peg Jump
2. Chicago Traffic and Train Information
3. Grocery List
4. Acupuncture
5. Asteroid Zone
6. Kamikaze
7. Mail4ME
8. SpaceAttack

Feature Stories:
9.  Working With The RMS
10. Nextel, Motorola Unveil Breakthrough Java Capabilities For Wireless
Phones
11. Using the low-level GUI - Display Effects

Events:
12. Micro Java Technology
13. Wireless Java
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ITEMS

DOWNLOADS:

1. Peg Jump - MIDP 1.0
The classic peg jump/solitaire game where the goal is to remove pegs from
the board by jumping over each peg with another peg. For more:
http://www.microjava.com/downloads/games?content_id=2129

2. Chicago Traffic and Train Information - MIDP 1.0
Get real time traffic conditions of major roads and train schedule
information for Chicago with this app. For more:
http://www.microjava.com/downloads/productivity?content_id=2132

3. Grocery List - MIDP 1.0
Users can add or edit items on their list and then check them off after they
are bought with this app that provides a way to keep track of a list of
groceries. For more:
http://www.microjava.com/downloads/productivity?content_id=2133

4. Acupuncture - MIDP 1.0
A fast computing method that helps users find the best and most effective
acupuncture points. For more:
http://www.microjava.com/downloads/misc?content_id=2082

5. Asteroid Zone - MIDP 1.0
A MIDP version of the classic arcade game: your spaceship has ventured into
a particularly unfriendly area of space where it must strive for survival by
blasting asteroids. For more:
http://www.microjava.com/downloads/games?content_id=2073

6. Kamikaze - MIDP 1.0
This is variation of the '1942' video arcade game. The difference is that
the enemy planes don't shoot back, instead they try to collide with you. Be
very careful, because even a hit enemy plane can destroy you. As the game
progresses, more enemy planes attack your plane, and they get faster. For
more:
http://www.microjava.com/downloads/games?content_id=2056

7. Mail4ME - MIDP 1.0
Mail4ME is a lightweight implementation of the popular POP3 and SMTP
protocols - with IMAP and MIME support to come - allowing wireless J2ME/MIDP
devices to access the e-mail service at any time, and from any place. For
more:
http://www.microjava.com/downloads/utilities?content_id=2064

8. SpaceAttack
Space Attack is a simpler version of the 'Space Zap' game from the late
70's. The goal is to protect your base from the bombs coming towards your
base. As the game progresses the attack gets faster. For more:
http://www.microjava.com/downloads/games?content_id=2055


FEATURE STORIES:

9.  Working With The RMS
There are many questions about how to store data in your MIDP applications.
John Muchow has got the answers. For more:
http://www.microjava.com/articles/techtalk/rms

10. Nextel, Motorola Unveil Breakthrough Java Capabilities For Wireless
Phones
OTA comes to North America as new technology brings secure connections and
changes the way applications are delivered. For more:
http://www.microjava.com/news/press?content_id=2101

11. Using the low-level GUI - Display Effects
The third article in Roman's Low-Level GUI series discusses the various
effects that can be performed using an image for a MIDP application,
including scrolling and panning. For more:
http://www.microjava.com/articles/techtalk/display


EVENTS:

12. Micro Java Technology
***RESCHEDULED***
November 1-2, Hilton and Towers, San Jose, CA
The development of Micro Java solutions for wireless applications represents
an exciting future for the Internet and phone devices. This premier event
will feature recognized industry leaders, offering the most pertinent and
up-to-date information on Micro Java technology. This conference will
feature case studies and in-depth technical sessions covering the issues
involved with the successful implementation and deployment of Micro Java
technology and devices.

**50% Discount for Micro Java Network Members**
As a member of Micro Java Network, you are entitled to receive 25% off the
standard rate for Micro Java Technology when you register by phone and
mention this special offer.  To take advantage of this discounted rate,
please contact Maria Cianflone at +1 (312) 780 0700, ext. 157.
(Unfortunately there is no way to receive this discount when booking on the
Internet so bookings must be made by phone)
For More:
http://www.microjava.com/news/microjava2

13. Wireless Java
Delivering High Margin Value Added Services
27th - 29th November 2001, London
Learn how to UNLOCK REVENUES from 33 expert speakers.  Wireless Java
delivers the perfect opportunity to learn and network with leading industry
professionals and is the major meeting place for the Wireless Java industry.

"IBC's Wireless Java conference stands out as one of the key events of the
year"(Eric Chu, Wireless Group Marketing Manager, Sun Microsystems)

To learn more click here:
http://www.ibctelecoms.com/wirelessjava/?src=wjnem
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