Hungary Becomes First Country to Draft Its Constitution on the iPad
A fascinating report on Bloomberg today about how a Hungarian politician is currently drafting a new constitution for his country using the iPad. Jozsef Szajar has been posting about it on his blog, where he wrote:
And clearly, time is very important when you’re writing a constitution, as Bloomberg says that Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has set an April deadline for approval of the constitution, which appears to be a little controversial, with two opposition parties in the Hungarian Parliament boycotting the entire constitutional process due to what they say is the governing party’s failure to compromise on key issues.
“Steve Jobs will surely be happy when he gets word that Hungary’s new constitution is being written on an iPad, actually my iPad. The best is I don’t have to wait for minutes to turn it on, like with a normal laptop. I can open it up anywhere and can take advantage of every minute. It’s a miracle!”
Source: Hungary First to Write a Constitution on IPad, Lawmaker Says - Bloomberg