ʻO ka iPad Hype ... No ke aha ʻoe e hele aʻe

ipad flipboard

ipad flipboardUa hoʻopiʻi kekahi mau kāne a mākou i ka pilikia o ka blog ma ka iPad ma kahi hiki ʻole iā lākou ke heluhelu i nā pou. ʻO kēia e pili ana i ka ʻumi o nā mea i hoʻopiʻi e pili ana i kā mākou blog a me ka iPad no laila ua haki wau a kūʻai mākou i kekahi. Hoʻokahi naʻu, hoʻokahi na Stephen, kā mākou mea hoʻomohala ... a ʻo ka mea ʻē aʻe na kekahi o nā mea heluhelu laki.

I kekahi mau lā ma hope aku a pili loa wau. ʻOi aku ka kaumaha o ka iPad ma mua o kaʻu i manaʻo ai, akā hana ia no kahi ʻeke lawe pona ʻoi aku ka māmā ke hoʻi wau i ka home i kēlā me kēia pō. Kupaianaha loa ka wehewehe ʻana o ka pale a ʻo ke ʻano he nui, inā ʻaʻole pololei, e like me ka iPhone. Ua hoʻomāʻewaʻewa wau i ke kūʻai ʻana i hoʻokahi… me he mea lā he ʻōpala kālā me ke kelepona ʻole a me ke kāmela (lohe wau e puka ana ka pahu paʻi kiʻi i Malaki) ʻAʻole i hala.

Ua kākau wau e pili ana Hōʻike a me kaʻu hoihoi me kēia noi e lawe nei i ka nūhou i kahi ala maikaʻi loa, akā ʻo ka hapa nui o koʻu aloha i ka iPad ʻo ia wale nō ke ala i hoʻohana ai nā mea hoʻomohala i ka hoʻopā a me ka waiwai e hāʻawi i kahi pilina ʻoi aku ka maikaʻi.

ʻO ka laʻana aʻu e makemake ai e hōʻike, ʻo ia Flipboard, kahi noi e hoʻokuʻi i kāu ʻike i loko o nā ʻaoʻao i hoʻonohonoho pono ʻia e hiki ai iā ʻoe ke hoʻohuli. Hiki iā ʻoe kekahi like me lākou, pane pane ma Twitter, i mua, a hoʻouna i ka ʻatikala ma o ka leka uila. Maʻalahi loa ka noi e hoʻohana i hoʻi wau i kaʻu RSS hānai a ke ʻai nei wau iā lākou i kēlā me kēia kakahiaka.

ʻO ke kī no nā mea kālepa aku e hoʻomaopopo nei, ke hoʻololi hou nei ka pilina o nā mea hoʻohana me kāu pūnaewele. ʻAʻole wau e manaʻo i kēlā me kēia e hele i waho a hoʻonui i kahi ʻokoʻa hoʻohana pilikino wale no iPad (ʻoiai ke nānā nei mākou i kēia manawa), akā makemake wau iā ʻoe e hana i nā mea hou aʻe ma mua o ka maʻalahi o ka heluhelu ʻana i kāu pūnaewele ma kekahi o kēia mau polokalamu. Ma ke ʻano he mea hoʻohana iPad, luhi wau me ka pūnaewele maʻamau a keʻimi nei au i ka ʻike hoʻohana hou aʻe.

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5 Comments

  1. 1

    Doug, welcome to the party!

    While I was an early convert (and still love the thing), I truly understood the power of what had been created when my 74-year-old Dad ordered one before I did… and is now considering another because one isn’t enough for his two-person household. Just another example of outstanding industrial design coupled with creative development. Like the iPhone, the coolest feature is the software and the fact that the experience can be constantly improved by better applications.

    The Daily is a good example of this iterative process. While it’s very cool, new, and not quite like anything else available, there is still a great deal of room for improvement (runs too slow, updates take too long, etc.) But the fact is that it *will* keep getting better, making the overall experience with the device better as well. Fun stuff!

    /Jim

  2. 2

    When the iPad was first introduced, I verbally ripped it apart to anyone who would listen. Apple and Steve Jobs really believed that they would make netbooks useless?

    However, after recent hands on experience, I’m a convert. The UI experience is great and developers have created beautiful, sleek apps to harness the iPad’s best features.

    While I’ll wait until version 2, I’m going to bite the bullet and buy one myself, so I too can be part of the cool crowd. 🙂

  3. 3

    When the iPad was first introduced, I verbally ripped it apart to anyone who would listen. Apple and Steve Jobs really believed that they would make netbooks useless?

    However, after recent hands on experience, I’m a convert. The UI experience is great and developers have created beautiful, sleek apps to harness the iPad’s best features.

    While I’ll wait until version 2, I’m going to bite the bullet and buy one myself, so I too can be part of the cool crowd. 🙂

  4. 4

    Great description of Flipboard, it is an awesome application. Good point about making sure your website is readable on an iPad, not sure everyone would think about that.

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