THE IPAD ACCORDING TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN

Files under General | Apr 11th

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In today’s Observer, the editor of The Guardian writes about the iPad.

He remembers the pioneering work done by Roger Fidler.

I did the same a few months ago in one of the first posts of my blog Tabletmania.

And I agree with Alan Rusbridger: Roger saw the iPad almost 20-year ago.

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Alan talks about Aspen but, no, the Colorado headquarters of the Knight-Ridder Information Design Lab were always in Boulder.

Well, I would like to see the reaction of Jeff Jarvis, a columnist of The Guardian.

The editor loves the iPad, the columnist, Mr. Google, not really.

(Picture by Katherine Rose, illustration by Luis Grañena)


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2 Responses to “THE IPAD ACCORDING TO THE EDITOR OF THE GUARDIAN”

  1. Tom Corbett says:

    What is clear today regarding the different opinions from “big columnists/bloggers” is that they either LOVE the iPad or HATE it (and return it).

    Interesting to see what direction the “global general public” will take in the next few months. (yes, the first signs are towards “adoption” of the device.

  2. Nobody can ignore the iPad.
    Including Jeff Jarvis that will buy it again.
    Ask about his son.
    I am sure that he has one right now.
    For sure.

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