Tuesday, December 13, 2011

what would I use an iPAD for?

I’ve been given a monetary gift. It’s a thankyou in response to working quite intensely over a recent weekend, a period that left me quite drained.

So it would be nice to use this gift to intentionally re-source and re-plenish myself, to be able to point to something and say ‘this is a blessing back, for being a blessing out.’

Books, music and art are (definite) possibilities. Another suggestion is that I buy an iPAD. I already have a kindle (which I use for reading and love the new reading horizons) and a laptop (for work) and I’m not not convinced about more technological acquisition.

So, fellow readers what really – usefully, resourcefully – would I use an iPAD for? How would it help re-source and re-plenish me, in ways that a kindle or laptop couldn’t?

Posted by steve at 08:06 AM

2 Comments

  1. Zilch, as all the others said ;)

    OTOH when we can get an Pad with a reflective screen like a Kindle, then it will replace the Kindle and half replace the laptop…

    Comment by Tim Bulkeley — December 14, 2011 @ 9:41 am

  2. thanks tim. There was a bit more comment on Facebook (sign of a current shift in social media?). It suggested the iPad was good for consuming more than creating content, for doing work while I stood in a queue at a supermarket, for looking good, for saving paper at meetings.

    steve

    Comment by steve — December 15, 2011 @ 11:50 am

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