The Ipad tablet: the apocalypse of publishing as we know it, or the means of its ultimate salvation?


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The answer will be known a little sooner starting the day before the rising of Christ Saturday, April 3, 2010, when it goes on sale, can be pre-ordered, can be picked up by those of you who have already bought one over the past few months.  Apparently if you order one now, you won’t be able to get your hands on it until you climb up Mount Sinai after April 12, 2010.

Will this bring upon us a new era of renewed interest in journalism and all things literary?  Or will we all just use it to stream our netflix queues?  For Amazon, will this be the Sodom and Gomorrah of the Kindle?

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One thought on “The Ipad tablet: the apocalypse of publishing as we know it, or the means of its ultimate salvation?

  1. The iPad is a nice device with a touch screen. Nobody offer this by netbooks or notebooks. I think this will come in the future and so the iPad is the only product that you can use to work with a touch screen.

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