After posting my writeup about giving a paperless presentation, I'm seeing all sorts of follow-up everywhere. Which is how many of these things work.
One thing about my presentation in Belgium that I've separated off, mainly due to it being only of interest to nerds, was that I did it entirely paperlessly. Unless, of course, you include the sizable copse that was felled in the process of writing the thesis that the paper was based on.
Even the silly number of Mac pundits that I follow have had a difficult time comprehending the sheer breadth of information that was thrown at them during last Monday's WWDC keynote. Analysis has come out in drips and drabs, some about iOS 5, some about Lion, and terribly few about iCloud. All of this was accompanied by a lot of handwringing that everything was different now, as though Steve Jobs had singlehandedly ushered in the Singularity.
Recalcifications and Revisions As Concerns the iPad (Parte The First: Wherein Issues Unrelated to Printed Sheet Music Are Discussed)
What is it?
Everyone is literally urinating themselves over this tablet that Apple better come up with on Wednesday, if they know what's good for their stock price.[1. If you aren't aware of the shenanigans, A Bigger Piece of Glass is a good place to start.] I can't say I'm not intrigued by a computer with a totally different form factor.