It is interesting to read reports of people who write about returning the iPads they purchased. They don’t fault the device but themselves. Another gentleman Mr. Mike O’Connor returned it after 3 hours. Talk about buyers remorse! This is an interesting article as well:iPad Returns: Why 50 Buyers Returned their iPads
So what I don’t understand is that these things were available are known before purchase. Why do people spend money and hope that it will make them happy? Can you really just do something and hope it makes you happy? Then if you aren’t as happy as you hoped, just quit it and give up? Is this why 50% of marriages end in divorce? You can read about the pro’s/con’s of iPads here.
- To buy another Apple product
- In order to purchase an iPad with more memory
- In order to purchase a 3G iPad
- In order to purchase a MacBook Pro
- Poor value
- Too expensive
- Doesn’t do enough
- Expect the next-generation will be better
- Browser incompatibilities
- Application incompatibilities
- Lack of VGA
- Screen problems
- High glare
- Requires cleaning too frequently
- No multitasking support
- Applications limited when offline
Why Its Time to Say Goodbye to Free Wi-Fi – Part Two. Excellent article that helps you be safer if you use free Wi-Fi. I appreciate Ken Colburn “The Data Doctor” suggestion. It is repeated below.
…There are couple of free forced HTTPS add-ons that I’ve tested and work without what you experienced with the EFF tool:
For Firefox users – Force-TLShttp://bit.ly/9CzNPE
For Chrome users – KB SSL Enforcer http://bit.ly/d5thKD
I just installed the KB SSL Enforcer and will test it with a free wireless network tomorrow.
HTTPS Is More Secure, So Why Isnt the Web Using It?. I wondered this as well. It seems that for the cost versus the danger that it would not be worth it.
Apple AirDrop inspired by our wireless sharing system, claims eviGroup founder – SlashGear. You can find out more about this newest problem with developers. I had mentioned in an earlier comment that one of Apples faults is that sometimes it uses third-party ideas and claims them for their own.