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iPad Student Diaries #7: smartNote is out, Notify is in

The productivity app I spend the most time with on the iPad has been smartNote. Its functionality was the reason I bought the iPad and

March 15, 2011 Apple, Apps, Tablets
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Capacitive stylus roundup

A friend of mine sent me a message asking if I could do an article on different styli (for capacitive screens). I thought that was

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iPad student diaries #6: It’s spreading, but causing confusion

My iPad is no longer the only iPad in the classroom. Someone else in class got one as well, and that means it’s time to

March 05, 2011 Apple, Tablets
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iPad Student Diaries #5: Literature assignment

One of the classes I’m taking this semester is Literature 2, a continuation of Literature 1 from last semester. I’m currently working on an assignment

February 25, 2011 Apple, Tablets
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iPad Student Diaries #4: The good old day

Using gadgets for school has always been a passion of mine, since long before it was really sensible to do so. Check out these pictures

February 22, 2011 Apple, Microsoft, Tablets
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iPad Student Diaries #3: Air Sketch special

I was watching the weekly episode of iPad Today just now and they showed a video message from a viewer. The guy in the video

February 18, 2011 Apple, Apps, Tablets
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iPad Student Diaries #2

A few more weeks have gone by since my first article in this series and I’m getting more and more comfortable with everything. New hardware,

January 30, 2011 Apple, Tablets
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iPad Student Diaries #1 – setup, first week of lectures

The iPad gets a lot of heat for not being a productivity device. I think that’s at best a narrow minded opinion, and to prove

January 07, 2011 Apple, Tablets
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App review: Oxford Deluxe English Dictionary and Thesaurus for iPad

As an English student I often refer to the Oxford dictionary, and since I don’t like paper it was an obvious choice to go for

December 29, 2010 Apple, Apps, Reviews, Tablets
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Griffin Stylus Review

For the last 15 years we’ve been stuck with resistive touch screens that more or less required a stylus to operate properly. Now that we

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