Some of you know me, most of you don't. Long story short, I'm an old PCE regular who's now a producer with NHK Japan Broadcasting. I'm doing a story on the iPad launch, and we're looking for someone who's buying one on the day of launch in NYC (5th Ave or SoHo store). If you are looking for your 15 minutes of fame, I'd love to give an RvBer the opportunity to be that person we interview.
If you can, contact me here on the forum or preferably at ari.schwartz at nhkny dot com.
(Strider and Dark: if you want this down, let's talk about alternatives to this!)
This thread is specifically for commentary on The RvB Tech Blog. The General Tech Discussion thread is more appropriate for stuff like this (and I see you already posted there). You can make your own thread as well. We're not averse to that around here.
Fair enough. If dark or Strider wants to delete my post, that's fine. I just have a deadline and I'm trying to get it dealt with ASAP. I figure there's enough smelly nerds around here that one is possibly in NYC.
I think we still have a couple old systems knocking around the university. I'm pretty sure that Win3.2 machine is still running at the top of the teaching tower. I've seen a couple of cases where you can only transfer data off the machine with floppies, simply because they can't be networked and don't have USB ports.
Nope, but they've been pretty blatant about the tablet front, cancelling a Win 7 tablet project.
Now if HP can just keep their hands off the homebrew community... Palm have always been good about that.