MacJury #1007: The TidBITS Braintrust Discusses The Many Aspects of The iPad

A special MacJury was needed to discuss the iPad; that’s why we pulled the largest MacJury ever from the braintrust that is the TidBITS staff. This isn’t just discussion of iPad first impressions. The topics included iPad sharing, etiquette, the need for a guest mode, the iPad as a physical object, and the many places you will want to use your iPad. Where the iPad fits in your digital life, whether it is a new, replacement or convergence device, the most fashionable ways to tote your iPad, and more were entered into evidence. The session concluded with each MacJuror revealing their favorite aspect of the iPad (guess who compared it to, “eating pudding with your fingers”), talking about why what you do with it when you aren’t using the iPad is important, and the unusual way the TidBITS crew obtained their iPads. The panel for this session included: Mark Anbinder, Jeff Carlson, Adam Engst, Tonya Engst, Glenn Fleishman, Joe Kissell, Rich Mogull and Matt Neuburg.

Links:

Chuck Joiner on Twitter

The MacVoices Group

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MacLevelTen – The Mac Media Group

Mark Anbinder

Mark H. Anbinder on Twitter

Jeff Carlson

Jeff Carlson on Twitter

Jeff Carlson (.Thought) – Jeff’s personal blog

TidBITS

Canon PowerShot G10 / G11: From Snapshots to Great Shots
Canon PowerShot G10 / G11: From Snapshots to Great Shots by Jeff Carlson

Adam Engst

Adam Engst on Twitter

TidBITS

Take Control books

Tonya Engst

Tonya Engst on Twitter

TidBITS

Take Control books

Glenn Fleishman

Glenn Fleishman on Twitter

TidBITS

Practical Mac on the Seattle Times web site

Take Control Books

Joe Kissell

Joe Kissell on Twitter

JoeKissell.com

Macworld

TidBITS

Take Control Books

Rich Mogull

Rich Mogull on Twitter

Securosis

TidBITS

Matt Neuburg

Some Things by Matt Neuburg – Matt’s personal site

Zatz not Funny

Darkslide for iPhone

Apple’s 1987 Knowledge Navigator video on YouTube

SousChef by Acacia Tree Software

The Cat in the Hat – Dr. Seuss for iPad in the iTunes Store

Why the iPad Is a Blank Slate, and Why That’s Important by Adam Engst on TidBITS
Bruce Lee – “Become Water” on YouTube

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