Member since: Jan 24th, 2009
Dec 12th 2009 4:16PM Thanks Brad for the article. I sent you a mail btw.The Blump'it ! approach is to offer a useful environnement to get the best out the web in tactile. IMHO : 1°) tactile UI will lead us to imagine new use cases, different from the PC.2°) Tablets will not replace Keyboard&mouse PC for long typing and photoshoping that need accuracy3°) We need a new format for websites, at least including big buttons and gesturesHere an interesting article by Mike Elgan : Hello Tablet, goodbye netboo !ks http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9142162/Mike_Elgan_Hello_tablets._Good_bye_netbooks_
Jan 24th 2009 7:34PM Thanks for the article, I agree most of the criticisms of the comments : Yes the camera is not steady Yes iSomething is ugly if not Apple's product (iFrame is just a codename, i'll find something better soon in the meantime you can suggest me a name , i'll offer you a beer and a free TouchPad This is not MacWorld with or without Steve, i just wanted to do a live demo of a concept developped in a month timeframe, most on the time dealing with drivers. I want to promote easy access to the web, for non geeks. Just imagine what your parents can do with it. This is not a phone, neither a PC; just something in between. I'd also like to promote the idea of softwares and web pages fitting with 10' inches touchscreens .Your comments are valuable to this project.
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