Flipboard is a popular app for the iPad and Android devices that presents information in a magazine layout. Users can subscribe to different topics, with the content pulled in from the links tweeted by their friends on Facebook and Twitter. They can also view Web sites and blogs (if they contain a RSS feed) as an… Read more »
One of the graphs posted in yesterday’s blog showed the number of people searching for IPad Help. Here is the graph: For a product that “just works”, there is an increasing number people searching the Web for iPad Help. However, part of that increase can be put down to the increasing number of iPad sales:… Read more »
Here are some special capabilities of the iPad that many people are not aware of. This clip is in German, but you don’t have to understand German to appreciate his mastery. Should we include these in our iPad workshop on Thursday, I wonder?
We’ve completed the slides and booked the training room for our new workshop, Using the iPad (and other tablets) as a documentation device: With more and more people using the iPad and other tablets for reading technical documentation, this workshop looks at how tablets can be used by organisations to design and deliver technical documents and… Read more »
Here’s an update on the training workshop we’re currently developing on how to use the iPad and other tablets as a device for delivering documentation. The trainer’s slide deck has been completed and is out for review. Once that’s been signed off, we’ll check the timings and determine if this is a half or full… Read more »