On a forum that deals with wider A/V type kit with a primarily UK membership, it appears that iPad ownership has made some changes to how owners use aspects of the net; I'm curious if thats a common occurrence or just the result of a small sample! Some examples of what I mean - I have been using Twitter for the first time with a combination of Twitterific and Flipboard. For reasons I can't fully explain, I never saw the point of Twitter when using my other computers; but, perhaps due to the immediate nature of the iPad, I've found myself really drawn to Twitter as a really useful newsfeed type service. I'm aware that RSS forfills a similar job; but the ease of management Twitter provides has won me over. Other people have just started to use Facebook for what seems the same reasons. "Cloud" storage is something else. Why have I been carrying around a portable HD around with me, when I can just store all my files somewhere that I can access them on any device with an internet connection?! Streaming TV - I've streamed TV on a regular basis for the first time. A UK website allows you to access all UK digital Freeview channels via an iPad webapp. This basically has meant I can watch TV, anywhere and anyhow, I want to, with a device I don't need to be tied to a power socket with. What, if any, changes have you seen to your internet usage on the iPad?