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6, 2001 PDT (page 2) Back to School Today's Headlines 1:55 p.m . Sep. 18, 2001 PDT Old-Schooler Teaches New Tricks Distance Learning Yet to Hit Home Cheating's Never Been Easier She Makes Genes Cool for School Separating Students From Smut Wireless PCs: Not Just for Cheats All the Trash That's Fit to Post Programming a Way Out of Poverty Campus Music Trades Continue Debating Merits of Palms in Class E-Textbooks Offer Light Reading Software That Can Flunk You The unisex have an inside pocket for storing a Palm handheld.
raincoats The pocket is waterproof and lined with an anti-static m aterial. It is sealed with a little button that sports the Palm logo. In fact, the $300, three-quarter length coats are busting with pockets: one for gloves, others for m oney, passport, sunglasses and cell phone.
The Palm pocket, however, isn't Palm exclusive. It will also hold a PocketPC. Every day is casual Friday in California, and everyone, at least all the m en, or so ... more. less.
it seems, wears khaki pants.<br><br> I s th a t a ce ll ph on e in you r pocke t? Trouble is, where does an aspiring captain of industry stash his cell phone, pager, handheld, plane tickets and all the other crap he carts around? Until now, it was a choice between a silly Batman belt clip and oddly bulging pockets.<br><br> Levi's claim s to have the answer with its new , which have special deep, wide pockets for electronic doohickeys. Dockers Mobile Pants With no less than seven m esh-lined pockets, including two "hidden" pockets in the thigh, the $50 Mobile pants promise to remove unsightly trouser swellings. Trouble is, what young titan wants a radioactive cell phone so close to his or her precious reproductive organs?<br><br> www.register.com Teen-age Teacher: 15 Going On 3D Downsizing: E-Biz Is Now Just Biz What's in Their Backpacks Really Textbook Cases of Bankruptcy Penguin Enrolls in U.S. Schools Taxpayers Fight to Save Macs Schools Log On to Find Alums Women Face 'Third Shift' Online Kids, Academics Share Internet2 California Schools Get Hooked The Biz of Biz School Is Social Napster Eclipsed by Newcomers The U.S. Recruits New Hackers Gadgets, Vests and Pants, Oh My!<br><br> No Geeks on These Streets The Over-Testing of America? The Ever-Evolving Science Class Gov's Laptop Plan Approved The Library That Keeps On Giving "Heeling" looks set to take off where "scooting" left off. He e l a w a y: Instead of scooters, California's young and trendy are going for shoes that roll.<br><br> look like fashionable sneakers but have a sm all, detachable wheel in each heel, allowing the wearer to glide mysteriously along the sidewalk. Heelys The wheel can be popped out at any tim e, turning the shoes into ordinary footwear. In Los Angeles' beach communities, where Heelys first becam e popular, the police are mystified by the odd gliding motion of "Heelers." Skating on the sidewalk is illegal, but when a heeler glides by, all the cop sees is a regular pair of sneakers.<br><br> Heelys start at $90. Unless you're a photo-journalist or a fly fisherman, you may balk at donning the Scott-E-Vest, a distinctly un-stylish vest for gadget-laden nerds. Se V: Invented by Chicago corporate lawyer Scott E.<br><br> Jordan, the features scores of pockets large enough to double as cup holders. SeV It also has a rabbit's warren of Velcro "conduits" for running wires from gadget to gadget, or up through the collar to a headset or earpiece. The $150 jacket is available in black or khaki and is made from a water-repellent fabric.<br><br> Future versions in a rainbow of colors and fabrics are promised, as are removable sleeves. << Ba ck 2 of 2 Have a com m ent on this article? Printing?<br><br> Use version. this to a friend. .<br><br> S e n d it th is E-m a il Re late d W ire d Lin k s : It's a Phone And a Flower Aug. 20, 2001 Get Wired News delivered to your or device. inbox hand-held<br><br>