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Why I love this planet...pic.twitter.com/6IQnYUDEwL
Join the mess! https://twitter.com/thenextweb/status/1020247325824962560 …
Obviously I understand freedom of press and that I can’t influence their writing. But this feels weird too. Isn’t it the unwritten rule that you help each other out? Free access (and lunch) in exchange for a mention?
So if press asks for free tickets to your event, and you give those, and they interview your speakers and guests, and then in their reporting they seem to go out of their way to not mention your event, is that okay?
I KNOW YOU WANT TO WIN A SWEET FUCKING DROID KIT SO GO AND ANSWER SOME QUESTIONS https://answers.thenextweb.com/s/tnws-highly-subjective-game-show-j3l6k5 …
If the iPad is going to replace my laptop I need to be able to copy and paste and handle text with relative ease.
Now I'm not saying the iPad sucks, because I love it and it is my favorite piece of technology. Seriously. But I do think text-editing needs work in iOS. It just feels like it hasn't been seriously looked at since the introduction of the first iPhone.
Conclusion: when it comes to simple text-editing, which is 90% of most people's work, you're better off using a 34 year old Macintosh than a 2018 iPad.
...wait for pop-up to appear, select 'Copy'. Move to place where text needs to go, repeat all steps above, but with 'paste'
iPad: press finger on sentence to copy. Wait for cursor and pop-up to appear, select 'select' from pop-up, word is selected, drag blue dot across sentence (this often fails, especially when you need to go to the beginning of sentence, or the sentence spans multiple paragraphs)...
Macintosh: move mouse to beginning of text, click and drag (intuitive & effortless), with other hand press command + c, move mouse to other place and click, use other hand for command + v. Done.
The original Macintosh (128k memory, 8 Mhz chip) could compute your typed text 2000 times faster than you could type it. 90% of my work is text based. Now try to copy and paste a piece of text on an iPad and compare that to doing the same thing on a Macintosh:
“Who is I’m” is the new “I think, therefor I am”pic.twitter.com/IVVQjnE3ZV
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