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  1. I couldn't agree with you more about Apple, they're taking it even further by not letting people use Flash based applications on the various iDevices. If I do purchase a tablet it won't be an Apple product unless they change their tune.

  2. Hi, both,

    I have a couple of thoughts here…

    Re: Web 2.0: I'm involved with the arts, theatre in specific, and have been really intrigued by how theatre can work online. I was talking with a friend a couple of days ago about how to put on a play using YouTube (not a film or short movie thing, but a real play). I still haven't fully worked out the logistics, but I have a couple of ideas. The Royal Shakespeare Company started last week, as I'm sure you've heard, doing Romeo and Juliet on Twitter. It's taking a little while to get on its feet, but it could be amazing. The party at which they meet is happening the evening of my writing this. So it's not just business culture that's exploring this shift, but all forms of culture, and that's really cool.

    Second, I'm very much an Apple fan, but understand your frustration with the 'Apple-only media' with the iPad. I think it stems from how thoroughly good old Bill Gates shut out Apple (and still does), making it not-easy-at-all to go back and forth between PCs and Macs if you use Windows. I'm sure Mr Jobs is gloating like nobody's business. But now that Apple has emerged as popular and mainstream, it may be time for them to recognise themselves *as* popular and mainstream.

    And, personally, I'm avoiding the tablets for now. They're chock full of potential, and I'll wait until more of it has been realised before even thinking about getting one.

  3. Thanks for the thoughts about Apple. I'm curious to see what Google is going to do with Android tablets, assuming they come out, as rumoured:


    Apologies, btw, for taking so long to approve your comments. They got caught in the spam filter.

  4. To start with, I know that the rumour mill is going nuts right now saying that the HP Slate is cancelled. So far every site I've seen talking about this seems to be basing their content on a TechCrunch article. It may be true, it may not be. Time will tell but with that said….

    I love the notion of the Tablet. I have been looking forward to getting one for years now, only to be disappointed by the costs and/or the implementation.

    I am motivated by one really simple concept, I want to be able to replace pen(cil) and paper with something better.

    The "Apple Tablet" was a big hope of mine for something that might finally help me. I figured a company with the design pedigree of Apple could truly do something amazing and show the world what a tablet was truly capable of.

    Instead I saw Apple give me a large iPod Touch. Just to make sure that my world was turned upside down I had Microsoft show me a vision of what I wanted with their Courier (I know it is cancelled, but that doesn't invalidate the direction.)

    I'm not trying to bash the iPad, but I think too many technophiles are fixating on a subset of what I expect the Tablet to be able to do. None of this is about if the iPad is good or not, its about the flow of information. I see the iPad as something where the owner consumes from the device. It provides content for the user, and from all accounts, the iPad is very good at providing this experience to people, but it is not what I want from my Tablet.

    I want to be able to take notes, draw diagrams and manage this information. This will make me sound fanboy-ish but with my time playing with Microsoft OneNote in the Office 2010 Beta I am convinced that I have never been closer to a better way of managing my knowledge. All I need is a couple more pieces to pull it all together, and the HP Slate seems to fit perfectly in this puzzle for me.

  5. Hey Erik,

    I think you're absolutely right about the Tablet as a medium of consumption, though I was intrigued by this article comparing it to a digital Filofax:


    I agree that this is not enough flexibility for me, in terms of what I would want a device like this to be able to do.

    And yes, I see that after we recorded this episode, the news hit about the HP Slate. Thanks for the heads up. I'm really curious about what might happen with Google's rumoured Tablet partnership, especially since they just bought Bumptop.

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