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#1 Jul 23, 2011
unless there's a revolutionary change in our computing activity, we can't take tablets too seriously. thus far the worry is all about the slumping sales, not of substantive matters like *how* we do things in post-pc era.
#2 Jul 23, 2011
try coding on a touchscreen device. betcha you'll give up sooner 'cuz on-screen keyboard or gesture ain't comfortable to type with. that's why you can't ditch a pc in its form we know, for tablets, especially if your a programmer. and if people dump their pcs for their who's gonna make content? and without content, how could itc industry thrive?
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#3 Jul 24, 2011
I run two workstations with 3 monitors to do my computing. While the idea of a tablet is appealing,one would never "work" for me.
Web browsing, checking email, or even reading an e-book would be nice on a tablet, but running a couple of spreadsheets or documents just isn't going to get it on a tablet.
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