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Celery – Where are they now?

Celery Device

Celery popped up on the Ferret a couple of years ago and looked like a great idea for the computer-phobic or the computer-can’t-be-bothered. Well Celery is moving onwards and upwards and has added a couple of fairly significant features.

For starters the Celery system can now read and transcribe Atom and RSS feeds, so anything you can subscribe to can be added to Celery (better keep that paper tray full). Drunken weekend escapades on Facebook complete with pictures? Sorted. Can’t let Grandma miss out on those! The other new feature is Twitter integration, allowing Celery users to send and receive tweets, all via pen and paper.

The Celery service and device only works in the US, Puerto Rico and Canada so far but it can still send and receive emails worldwide. You can sign up for colour or black-and-white service and prices start from $US8.98 /month (or 100 pages) for the black-and-white service. They are also running a Mother’s Day promotion just in time for something or other.

Tags: celery, computer+free+computing, computer+free+email

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