Aye, iPad

I am composing this blog entry on an iPad. That is all. We now return you to your regularly scheduled program.

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  • Anonymous

    How was writing on the IPad? Would it do for most blog entries? For a full page? For ten pages?Is the IPad experience, mouselessness and padlessness, of a transcendent order? Worth four hundred dollars?

  • http://simuleustisetpecator.wordpress.com/ Craig

    Did you get a bluetooth keyboard or were you using the virtual one? I contemplated buying a bluetooth keyboard for mine, but can't justify the $60 for one.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/02561146722461747647 James F. McGrath

    I will say more about the iPad experience as I get a chance to really try it out properly. But it certainly is a wonderful device on which to read text, watch video, and as for blogging, the keyboard is just fine for short entries – I tried it with one hand. I have yet to try it with the attached keyboard docking station, or even try typing with both hands while the iPad is on a desk.It is a nice device. I'll be saying more about it as I test out what it can and can't do!

  • http://kanjicabinet.tumblr.com Paul D.

    I'm commenting on my iPad, while riding a train to Kyoto at 300 km/h and watching the scenery flash by. Isn't technology great?