iPad Runs the World One Country At A Time, Starting With Norway!

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  1. iDan

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    According to a report on the Fox News website, the Prime Minister of Norway, Jens Stoltenberg, has been running the country entirely on his iPad after having been stranded in New York by the cloud of volcanic ash from an erupting volcano in Iceland which is currently causing havoc with air travel across Europe. According to Fox News, Stoltenberg was in the US to attend President Obama’s nuclear summit, and was due to return home to Norway on Thursday, but has so far been unable to do so because of the flight disruptions in Europe. The Prime Minister is of course one of the few lucky Europeans who has actually been able to get his hands on an iPad, and now according to his press office he’s been using it to do Prime Ministerial type stuff, whatever that is. Wonder if he’s been playing Plants vs Zombies as well?

    By Maura Sutton, iPad Forum
    [Source: www.foxnews.com]
     
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    Great info. thanks for sharing .
     
  3. gentlefury

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    Can't imagine he needs much more than internet access and email...maybe iTeleport to get to his desktop at home....I could see someone running a business or country from their iPad....hopefully he can tether tho!
     
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    He could run Norway with a couple tin cans tied on a long string.
     

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