the coolest thing about the iPhone camera is that it's the only camera that we have that gets better as time goes by.
Macworld Expo has been "the tradeshow" for all things Mac for the last 25 years. there was a time when it was mandatory for anyone who had an interest in Mac to attend. companies came here to announce products, users came to learn, buyers came to do deals and the press could see all their contacts. it was all under one roof. today it's not the show that it once was.
the "i" stands for imaginary. and the PDA stands for whatever PDA used to stand for.
it's oddly boring watching everyone raw-rawing the tablets. but so far nobody has shown the magical thing missing from them. you see, you simple can't take desktop functions, lose the mouse and the keyboard and expect it to be great. repurposing is not the answer.
a "central server" has to be a part of the a tablet strategy. and why not. keeping data in a central place in a way that makes it stable is a really good idea.
I think that it's laughable that there is so much interest in tablets. so far every single photo has shown "a web page" being displayed. and in my mind this is not a problem that needs to be solved. I have lots of things that can do that. so I've been giving lots of thought to things that I might want a tablet for.