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In fact, I’m now so used to my iPhone and iPad that I reach up to touch the screen of my MacBook more than I’d care to admit. It’s simply a much more natural interface than using a mouse. You see an area you want to take action on? Touch it.

(Source: Massive Greatness, Sent From My iPad)


Funny. I used to get embarrassed when I’d reach up and touch my computer screen after so much use on the iPad.

Now, I just get frustrated that’s it’s not yet available.

Also, to his note:

“No, it’s not as good at multi-tasking as a tradtional computer. But in many ways, that’s actually refreshing. It moves us away from the era of always being distracted and trying to do six tasks at once. Focus.”

I totally agree.