There’s always something to howl about

iPad observation #6: “We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.”

Oscar Wilde said that, the best kind of philosophy — bonum, verum, pulchrum — the good, the true and the beautiful.

I don’t hate it that we are monkeys biologically, genetically. But I hate it when people act like monkeys. Despite everything else that is going on, last week we caught a glimpse of the fully-human life. The prospect for an iPad-like device to take over education is cause enough to celebrate.

To the unchained human mind!

My early posts on the iPad:

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  • Ten million iPads to be sold in 2010? It could happen…
  • iPad observation #3: If your baby — or a caveman — can figure out how to use the iPad, the user-interface works
  • iPad observation #10: Is the iPad an unforced error? I say Google and MicroSoft can’t even copy genius.

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