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Submission + - Actually, you don't need a keyboard to do "real work." (citeworld.com)

mattydread23 writes: There's a common fallacy that mobile devices like smartphones and tablets are OK for consumption and light work tasks, like sending emails or checking your calendar, but that you still need a personal computer to do "real work." Writer Ron Miller thinks this is complete nonsense, and points to two apps he recently tested — Seismic enterprise content management and the Silk blogging platform — who are reimagining how work can be done on mobile devices.
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Actually, you don't need a keyboard to do "real work."

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