If you were to log in, you'd be able to get more information on your fellow community member.
AOLserver does not work with LinuxPPC as of March 30, 1998. The Mac person on the AOLserver team informed me that there are no current plans to support AOLserver but that he "wants to get it running on his G3 at home." So...that lame 7200 gathering dust at work isn't going to be a good test machine for AOLserver.
the sony cm-z100 pcs phone has a vibrate feature. also, the pcs coverage seems to be pretty decent in NYC and boston. it gets a little spotty on the trip from NYC to boston, though. also, it seems to work well in minneapolis and san francisco, and the rates are pretty good.
I had to install one of the initial Destination systems at a former job. It didn't work that well either, so I feel your pain.
I read your stereophile suggestions a while back, Phillip, and I'm suprised that you bought some giant "all in one" solution. The first rule of yuppie hi-fi madness is that you don't even want to have the tuner and amplifier in the same box! An all-in-one boom-box is ok for listening to CDs at work but that's because it only costs $300 and you can throw it out when the disc changer stops working. If you are getting the yuppie components, you don't want to have the tuner and amp in the shop just because your Marantz CD player is skipping. You can just plug in a discman until you have to pay the $300 repair bill.
Likewise, it would seem like you would just want to get an NT box, stick a video out card in it, and hook it to a giant TV. You can get remote pointing devices or wireless keyboards. Then, get a dedicated DVD player. Plug ...