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    Apple Inc make our life change from The old way of life to The Modern digital life.

    Several years ago, we read a magazine or newspaper on our way to work when we were on the bus or in the subway . Now, we can see that more and more people take one ipad or iphone one their's way to work, we are reading news or play games withe the pad or phone . Many changes have taken place since Apple Inc make it, what about u?

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    I've spent the last 20-30 years with my paper Filofax glued to me. It really was my life organiser. I dumped it a few months ago when I purchased my first iPad. My iPad now fully organises my business and personal life, from notes to contacts to schedules to accounting and daily dairys.

    I did start using it for quick note and meeting minutes when I'm taking briefs, but I still prefer my old fashioned note pad and felt tip pen for that I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjleworthy View Post
    I've spent the last 20-30 years with my paper Filofax glued to me. It really was my life organiser. I dumped it a few months ago when I purchased my first iPad. My iPad now fully organises my business and personal life, from notes to contacts to schedules to accounting and daily dairys.

    I did start using it for quick note and meeting minutes when I'm taking briefs, but I still prefer my old fashioned note pad and felt tip pen for that I think
    Exactly what he said except I was a Day Timer person.
    I haven't read a paper novel since I got the iPad (read half a dozen on the iPad) and I get the morning newspaper on the iPad as well.

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    I started using an electronic organizer at least 15 years ago, later switched to a Palm Pilot. I was reading Gutenberg books online long before iPad, even before Kindle. I've read online newspapers for at least a decade. iPad is just another tool for me.

    Lol, remembering: I got my first organizer in the form of a Casio watch that my Dad bought me about 30 years ago. He also got me a Walkman when they first came out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaykaykay View Post
    I started using an electronic organizer at least 15 years ago, later switched to a Palm Pilot.
    yep tried those as well had a couple of Pilots an original Palm Pilot and I think a mark 3 version plus several Windows CE based units. None of them really worked as a complete package the way the iPad does though and I always went back to a paper diary/organiser.

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    Lol, I just looked in my electronic graveyard box and found my ancient Sharp electronic organizer. It had a whooping 32KB of storage. My Palm is in there, too. Both pristine. If I only had my Walkman.

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    Recently, in the UK, there was a program on TV on Steve Job's life and a rare interview with him in 1994. He was describing how he had realised that he could change the world because he was just as smart as everyone else - but no smarter. He suggested that everyone of us has that potential - if we want to change the world and the way the world works, then we can. There's nothing stopping us. It was fascinating seeing someone who had come from such a difficult background demonstrate such confidence and conviction. It would be good for all young people to see that interview. We all remember that he did not have a priviledged upbringing or rich parents - he succeeded simply by determination and belief that he could succeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim SPRACKLEN View Post
    Recently, in the UK, there was a program on TV on Steve Job's life and a rare interview with him in 1994. He was describing how he had realised that he could change the world because he was just as smart as everyone else - but no smarter. He suggested that everyone of us has that potential - if we want to change the world and the way the world works, then we can. There's nothing stopping us. It was fascinating seeing someone who had come from such a difficult background demonstrate such confidence and conviction. It would be good for all young people to see that interview. We all remember that he did not have a priviledged upbringing or rich parents - he succeeded simply by determination and belief that he could succeed.

    Tim
    I don't think Jobs was just as smart as everyone else, lol. But I totally agree that work and determination are important, no matter how you start out. Of course, there are those born with plain old luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    I haven't read a paper novel since I got the iPad (read half a dozen on the iPad) and I get the morning newspaper on the iPad as well.
    Must admit, dont read books much at all, but I do read a heck of a lot of magazines. Tons. But I'm waiting until they go digital. Most mags I read aren't. I'd love to subscribe to Zinio or NewsStand, but there aren't enough there yet


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