Apr 27th 2011 3:16PM iPony
Mar 29th 2011 2:54PM I'm actually far more interested in his reaction to Apple products than that of one of the faithful. Apple geeks (myself included) tend to gloss over the shortcomings and say they're unimportant. Outsiders, at least those who are actually open-minded about the process, tend to give rational reviews. Sure, the haters are gonna hate, but nobody listens to John Dvorak who isn't a hater anyway. But those who come to Apple for a product and say, reasonably, "here's what I like and what I don't like", are much more valuable reviewers IMO.
Mar 29th 2011 2:36PM Haters gonna hate.
Feb 19th 2011 11:52AM I use my Apple computer to log into the Amazon website and purchase Kindle e-books which are sent to my Apple iPad. Apple doesn't get anything for the sale, and I don't much care. It's the easiest way to do things, for me. I suppose I might take advantage of in-app purchasing in limited conditions, but it doesn't bother me if the feature is missing.
I've been thinking of buying another Kindle. There's some reading it's just better for -- novels in particular. But I would still keep iBooks for the PDF functionality (which RULES ON HIGH as far as I'm concerned), and I would still use my iPad in general for reading reference works, because as a device it's better suited for searching, which is most of what I do when reading references.
Oct 25th 2010 3:36PM Yep.
May 13th 2010 7:39PM In the real world, word counts are essential for writing for publication, as with those of us who submit editorials and articles to newspapers, for example.
Apr 29th 2010 1:40PM I like my iPad like I like my body... horizontal.
Apr 20th 2010 3:06PM Lessons learned:
Carry merchandise in non-dominant hand
PAY ATTENTION to what's going on around you
Carry a gun
Feb 9th 2010 9:43AM gimme gimme gimme