The iPad is like something out of a sci-fi movie. Or a comic book. Also, it is a comic book. Excelsior! Free reader, paid comics. Get it on iTunes
what kind of crap is this?
Although I ordered an IPad the apps listed appear less productive or daily useful than I expected from PopSci. I only found ten (10) apps that I would download and use.
I have not used ITunes yet, and I hope for more apps to continue this comment.
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