Shawn Ivey • February 14, 2012 • Cupertino, CA, USA
All you Mac enthusiasts out there, you've no doubt been following the barrage of media coverage lately about the upcoming March release of the iPad 3. While anything new and shiny is worth talking about for some, others take a "ho-hum" attitude towards yet another incremental (?) update and argue it's simply not worth the upgrade (see http://techcrunch.com/2012/02/14/im-already-bored-with-the-ipad-3/). What do you think?
For all you iPhone / iPad / Android (ok, even Blackberry) users out there, I'm interested to know what your favorite apps are. I've got pages and pages of them on my iPhone, though I admit I only use a handful very regularly. Always on the lookout for another good app, though!
OK I've finally been allowed at work to switch from Blackberry to iPhone technology. So I now have a Dell laptop at work and an iPad and iPhone. What is the best way to manage tasks?
I use Outlook as my main email, calendar, contacts, and To-Do task management program. The outlook mail, calendar, and contacts all sync between devices very well. However it appears that Apple really doesn't have much in the way of a native task manager system.
So my question to all of you apple power users is what is the best way to manage my many tasks from Outlook?
I'm prepared to abandon the outlook task manager if there is something superior that I can use between all of my devices. The app store has a lot to choose from but I'm hoping to get help from all you Apple experts out there.
Please describe how you use Facebook. Do you use it to talk with friends and family? Do you play lots of games or both?
I heard a story on NPR today about strange and interesting blogs. What are some of the fun websites you've heard of or enjoyed visiting?