That covers 7-inch (non-iPad mini) users of those magazines, but not iPad mini users (which they mention near the end...)
Have any links for the gender divide? In my family me and my brother in laws have ipad minis but all the women have the full sized iPads. We chose the mini because it is more convenient to cart around and is the first ipad (first tablet?) close to the Star Trek pads; one of my brother in laws is an electrician and uses it (in a suitable case) on the job - full code reference, notes for the current job, etc. So I'm not sure gender is a factor here, but cost and the right size/weight for a particular usage.
On iDevices you can do this with a four finger swipe...
I was wondering about victims of child abuse wanting to tell their stories...
I've never bought organic for the taste or nutrition, I'm more concerned with pesticide and "buddnip" use on non-organic produce. The best place to get your veggies (aside from your own garden) is a local farm/farmers market (although for the latter be careful to find out where vendors are getting their produce from...)
CUPS 1.6 (and the next 1.5.x) will support "Bonjour" discovery using Avahi on Linux and other platforms (in addition to mDNSResponder, which is also open source and works just dandy on the same platforms...)
The problem with CUPS Browsing is that it relies on UDP Broadcasts, which are bad for Wi-Fi bandwidth and power consumption. CUPS Browsing also has issues with hostnames - how do you setup a network using CUPS Browsing without broadcasting IP addresses (firstname.lastname@example.org?? Yeck), setting up a DNS server, or syncing
The 5-computer limit does not apply to applications, only to music and video content. You can even re-download apps later as needed (same as iOS).
FLTK (www.fltk.org) is still in active development and is my cross-platform toolkit of choice - C++-based, easy to use, and works on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X with ports for other platforms available.
OK, so lets put a metal shipping container (i.e. a big metal box) out in the desert and have people sit in there throughout the day - won't that get awfully hot?!?
Roundabouts are not a great thing to have with snow and ice - doing a sequence of tight turns can easily result in loss of control and an accident, not to mention that they suck when you have a lot of traffic.
Yeah, since the roads will be glass they'll replace the plows with big squeegees.
You make it a co-op that is owned by the customers...