Seemingly impervious to the uptake of knowledge -- Henry Rollins.
haha this one made me laugh so much...
But its not true of YOU, of course, right?
I read much more of the books I borrow from the library on my ipad2 than I do of the Facebook posts my friends put on. But I can see how it could lead to a problem! Great laugh!!Yvonne
I am not a fan of Kindle etc, and I tell myself that if I get an iPad, I can use it adequately for reading books, too. Not sure I quite believe that. Comments like yours help, though.
I can get a lot of books through the library.. And many free ones through the Nook app. The only troublesome thing is that I have 4 'book' apps, but it allows me to read books from just about every single distributor. I can also carry around 20 or 30 books if I choose to. (I don't, but I could!) I love my ipad2. Well worth the money for me.
Since the death of Jobs, I have read a lot about the essential difference between his approach to technology and that of Gates (and just about everyone else). The difference seems to be that he wanted to bend technology past where anyone else thought possible, so that people would be accomodated. Most techies don't think that way.Of course, when I hear people saying how intuitively obvious the iPad is, I think of how many people (including me) could not for the life of them figure out how to turn their damn iPod on, or off. Elegant, yes. Intuitive, no.
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