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A long, long time ago, I pitched in on a Kickstarter project for a rubberized keyboard overlay for the iPad. The concept attempts to solve one of the biggest problems for touch typists and typing on the iPad, namely, the … Continue reading
Maclitigator just completed a four day jury trial (a.k.a. “in the Soup” as my friend Chuck might say) using the iPad as the primary means of getting information in front of the jury. Here’s the low down on how it … Continue reading
Putting the iPad through its paces, this post was drafted using Dragon Dictation on the iPad. What follows, within quotes, was completely drafted and edited on the iPad. “We keep hearing about the iPad’s “magical” experience. However, the only magical … Continue reading
I am writing to tell you that this relationship just isn’t working out for me, even though we’ve been together almost one year. I need to be happy and I’m just not happy anymore. When it all started, the sparks and … Continue reading
Traveling this week with the MacBook Air. A few things of note: On a five hour flight from Las Vegas to Anchorage, the battery was still chugging along at 25% (wi-fi disabled) when the flight attendant told me to put … Continue reading