Welcome to the world of touch!

Since the launch of the new iPad things have been changing.

Everyone with old iPads are wondering why they didn’t wait for the next version (except for me cause I love my ‘old school’ iPad), and people who want to buy one are wondering if they should grab the opportunity now or wait until the third generation.

In my opinion, the new iPad isn’t all that and a bag of chips. Its smaller? Who cares, the iPad is already small. Its thinner? Really, I’ve had cellphones heavier than my iPad. Its faster? Speed is overrated.
I’ll tell you something Apple, fix the flash problem and I’ll upgrade. You can keep your speed and size changes.

That was all kind of off topic. I was really supposed to be writing about WordPress and iPads. Has anyone seen the new layouts they’ve made especially for readers with iPads?

Personally, I think they are awesome. I’m totally going to stop reading on my laptop and only use my iPad.

Every blog is like one big app. You don’t have to aim your finger perfectly to hit the right link, or make the text larger than life so that your fingers don’t hit the wrong links. Everything is clickable, slideable or scrollable. And it can still be customized by using pictures that you want as a header or cover.

Moral of this post? Find someone with an iPad and start reading blogs from there 🙂


Totally technological!

So, right now I am totally blogging from an iPad. I kinda feeling unfaithful to my lovely laptop that has lasted me through many years, spilt milk and tumbles off my bed/couch/table, but I think that this is ridiculously awesome. Then again I have always had this ongoing flirtation with anything that is ‘futuristic’. If something new comes out I HAVE to have it, and when the next new thing comes out I dump the old thing like yesterdays news. I only wish this was my iPad to keep, but alas! It is my mom’s. Totally going on my ‘things to buy really soon’ list.

On a different note. Being home for christmas break is amazing. I barely stop laughing because of the things my parents say and do. I forgot how funny they can be without even trying. I could totally write a book like that Justin dude called Shit My Parents Say, because trust me, it ain’t just my dad.

Anyways, time to do some research to see what iPad I might want and how hard it going to effect my bank account. I’m actually aldrær cringing at the thought of it.