The Myth of KISS

Idealware

How many people do you know who got an iPod for XMas, only to learn that, before they could use it, they would have to learn how to rip their CD collection to disk? It's gotten better: they're nice enough to color code the audio ports on a new PC, and put little labels below the connectors, and more and more things connect over USB, making the "where do I plug it in?" Email is the application that everyone in the family knows and uses. Keep It Simple, Someone*!

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7 Reasons Nonprofits Need iPads

Influence

Skeptics doubted the iPod in 2001 , but it went on to help revolutionize how people consume music and audio content. There are now 140,000 applications available for the iPhone and most of them are expected to run on the iPad.

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The Future of the Nonprofit Office: Working from Home v2.0

NTEN

Instead, they're either renting them from a managed service provider or moving to Software as a Service (SaaS) for common applications. The switch is almost complete for email, and is underway for most enterprise applications, such as customer relationship management (CRM) systems. . FaceTime allows two iPhone -- and soon, next-generation iPad and iPod Touch -- users to have a streaming video and audio conversation while both are connected to a wireless network.

Get the Tools to Train and Educate

Tech Soup Blog

New staff members can learn the basics of the applications your organization uses, while more experienced users can increase their knowledge. Learn to use Apple products like iPads and iPod Touch.

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Mom Knows Best: Network Neutrality

Have Fun - Do Good

iPod listeners -- Comcast could slow access to iTunes, steering you to a higher-priced music service that paid for the privilege. Work-at-home parents -- Connecting to your office could take longer if you don't purchase your carrier's preferred applications.

Digital Pulp Fiction

Gavin's Digital Diner

More so, after watching what the iPod and digital music has done to the music industry; I fear for the future. The pundits, previously spoiled by the elegant beauty of all-things iPod, almost universally panned the Kindle, complaining about pretty much everything. They’re used to looking at iPhones, and iPods, and other iThings — we can blame bad iPoddy training. Given that, it will play music and audio books.

Digital Pulp Fiction

Gavin's Digital Diner

More so, after watching what the iPod and digital music has done to the music industry; I fear for the future. The pundits, previously spoiled by the elegant beauty of all-things iPod, almost universally panned the Kindle, complaining about pretty much everything. They’re used to looking at iPhones, and iPods, and other iThings — we can blame bad iPoddy training. Given that, it will play music and audio books.