Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 22nd Jun 2012 08:30 UTC
Apple I had written an entire article on the debate about whether or not the iPad is a pure consumption device, but realised I could summarise the entire debate into a single sentence: it's the difference between 'suitable' and 'ideal'. You can ride a unicycle from Amsterdam to Paris, but that doesn't mean it's better than just taking the car or the Thalys.
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clasqm
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2010-09-23

Good point. Unfortunately, even Paper has not succeeded in turning me into an artist.

My "sketches" look just as bad on the screen as they did on physical paper. :-(

We can therefore conclude that Paper on the iPad is just as bad a creation device as Photoshop on the PC (neither of them made me produce anything worth looking at), only a helluva lot cheaper. :-)

I'll just stick to writing.

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zima Member since:
2005-07-06

We can therefore conclude that Paper on the iPad is just as bad a creation device as Photoshop on the PC (neither of them made me produce anything worth looking at), only a helluva lot cheaper. :-)

There's still, you know, the cheapness of paper without capitalisation ;p

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