Matt Gemmell shares another great thought about the iPad as a computer:

You grab the actual tool itself, and you’re away. It doesn’t care that it’s actually a computer. I’m not sure it even really knows.

Really well put. When your computer is just a glass slab with insane battery life, it basically becomes whatever it is you are doing. One moment it is a scope of my rifle hunting bad guys, another it is a piece of paper showing doodles, and the next a powerful spreadsheet — a wall of cells for you will. I really love that.

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Posted by Ben Brooks