I find it interesting how many good ways of doing things have been cast aside in the name of "progress". When the dust settles we're often left with slower and more cumbersome but functionally equivalent methods: a net loss.

JINZO Paint is a mobile drawing app from 1999 that inherits the Japanese "Multi Paint System" way of doing things, which basically means the ability to do amazing palette based drawing whilst protecting certain colours or replacing colours. It's a non-destructive way of painting and quite different to selection/masking methods popularised by Photoshop.

Also in this post is how to run Windows CE software on a Sharp Brain electronic dictionary.