Tablet Computers: Perfect Companions for the Information Age

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By Ryan Vetter

It seems like just yesterday that all one had was an Atari, a phone book, and a TV. That was pretty much it before the dawn of Personal Computers. Sure, we had libraries, but nothing like what computers, and the internet, have brought to our homes. During this pre-information age [...]

By Ryan Vetter It seems like just yesterday that all one had was an Atari, a phone book, and a TV. That was pretty much it before the dawn of Personal Computers. Sure, we had libraries, but nothing like what computers, and the internet, have brought to our homes. During this pre-information age time, we could only dream of having the amounts of information at our finger tips that we know take for granted. The idea of the information age was ... Read More

iPad: Newton Part 2, But Different

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By Ryan Vetter

Let’s face it, the iPad, Apple’s latest device, is nothing like the Apple Newton. While the Newton was a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) meant for vertical markets, the iPad is a media tablet with full computer functionality. Forget everything you knew about a stylus.
I won’t bore you with dogmatic [...]

By Ryan Vetter Let's face it, the iPad, Apple's latest device, is nothing like the Apple Newton. While the Newton was a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) meant for vertical markets, the iPad is a media tablet with full computer functionality. Forget everything you knew about a stylus. I won't bore you with dogmatic categories, a top ten list on why this will be successful, etc. Let me just say publicly that this device will be a success. Eventually, ... Read More

Sony Daily Edition PRS-900 – Some Predictions

Categories: Current Stuff, Featured

By Holden Scott

So, everyone is talking about Sony’s just released Daily Edition eReader. This is the big brother of the Sony Touch Edition Readers (PRS-600). The PRS-600 offers users a full touchscreen, with a stylus that can be used to scribble notes directly on the screen. So far, Sony has had trouble [...]

By Holden Scott So, everyone is talking about Sony's just released Daily Edition eReader. This is the big brother of the Sony Touch Edition Readers (PRS-600). The PRS-600 offers users a full touchscreen, with a stylus that can be used to scribble notes directly on the screen. So far, Sony has had trouble keeping up with demand for this Reader. Their online store is often sold out. As an owner of the PRS-600, as someone who has written an extensive ... Read More

Arriving at the MacBook Air: From Netbooks to Epiphany

Categories: Current Stuff

By Holden Scott
I was in the market for a smaller companion to my larger MacBook Pro. So I focused in on a few Netbooks. However, after some thought and research, I ended up with the MacBook Air.
I initially dismissed the Air because I was convinced I wanted an ultra-portable to complement my larger [...]

By Holden Scott I was in the market for a smaller companion to my larger MacBook Pro. So I focused in on a few Netbooks. However, after some thought and research, I ended up with the MacBook Air. I initially dismissed the Air because I was convinced I wanted an ultra-portable to complement my larger MacBook Pro. Diminutive Netbooks were the ticket. I must have reasoned that the smaller form factor made the Air seem unwieldy. It is, after ... Read More

New Theme

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By Holden Scott
Bare with us as we tweak out the new theme. Hope it is favorable.

By Holden Scott Bare with us as we tweak out the new theme. Hope it is favorable. Read More