If you made
it here you're almost certainly an owner* of the Palm
data assistant (making you one of the true intellectual elites,
not to mention how fiercely attractive you must be to members of
the opposite sex). In that case you need "The Rules of Tennis"
and "The Code of Tennis" AporaDoc files for the Palm!
Never again will you or your opponents be uncertain about a call
or a rule. You'll simply swagger over, fire up your Palm (which
you cleverly keep tucked away in your tennis bag; I wouldn't recommend
you keep it worn on your waist with one of those little Palm cases
that clip to your belt. I mean, the Palm's small and all, but it
might fly out and get cracked, or a ball could crash into it and
then you'd be saying "Why, oh WHY didn't I listen!?")
. . .
So, you'll pull
out your Palm and in seconds you'll find the answers to
even the thorniest corner-case rule question! Your hapless opponent
won't know what to make of you, and your game will soar, while theirs
will collapse into a singular, empty, and cold nothingness. . .
Sound like fun? Then download these free docs (in .pdb format)
and glance at the Readme file).
They require the AportisDoc
to view. I've indexed both The Rules and The Code for easy retrieval,
rendered it in stunning black & white, and formatted
them in a slimming (and some say, "sexy") width for
the Palm screen.
These files are offered for your enjoyment only, and no guarantees
as to their accuracy or suitability to task are expressed or implied.
They are free for your use, and the user assumes all responsibility
for their use.
* - And if you're not a Palm owner, you should be.
Put down your web browser right now, get in your car, and drive
to someplace that sells the Palm, and plunk down the cash to take
Whatever you do, buy one, you'll thank me for it. Want proof? Do you
know some people who are just always smiling, always happy,
rested and contented? Know why? Yep, they're Palm owners. Just look
at my smilin' mug below. I rest my case.