All shortcomings aside with the Ipad... It is designed for the masses. It's slick 'to them' and will sell like crazy. Your average person doesn't care how it works just as long as it works.
And in reality Apple is truly gearing up to sell a lot of TV shows over the Ipad... It will be a new TV watching experience.
This occurred to me last night when I was eating and typing one handed on my laptop whilst driving down the highway. (OK Not really)
An "@" key would be nice. we use it dozens of times per day and more than most of the letters on the keyboard and certainly more than all the punctuation. It's a needed key - why not put it on and get rid of the need to hold shift down to do so.
This is a bit harsh. Often RV'ers are gone for long periods of time. I know someone who spends his winters RVing in Mexico. he runs a business and needs to also be in touch with people regularly.
In that light - I once read a funny thing that I use to this day.
If you want to hide things in a folder on your computer - label that folder "Instruction Manuals".
I'll be a convert in year 2 of this move to LEDs in the household. (whem competition brings the prices down)
I've been waiting for this day.
After Christmas a few years back I bought a pile of the LED Christmas lights (Sale...) and life got easy. No more dicking around with broken bulbs, burnouts, Testing, heat, blah blah. They're interior / exterior and bulletproof. The wires will probably disintegrate before the bulbs.
I can see gradually converting the house over to these new LED house lights in time (All at once would cost me over $1,000 at starting prices). I see the long term payoff but really who had $1K sitting around to buy lightbulbs. Starting with my exterior front door light which we keep on all night.
Overall this is a wonderful change. Can't wait!
They simply need to affix a bright yellow warning label on the front which will outline the dangers of wearing the helmets.
I went to enroll my son in Hockey this year (Canada... We enroll our kids in June at the latest for Hockey Season which starts in Sept/Oct) and the Hockey Canada website doesn't allow IE6 to be used.
That's a problem for me from work - where we also only have IE6 only. We can't fart without permission on our systems.
I use technology in order to hate it more properly. -- Nam June Paik