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‘MacVoices’ looks at working on the iPad

On the new “MacVoices” (http://www.macvoices.com), Mac expert Joe Kissell, author of the new “Take Control of Working with Your iPad” title, talks about his new book.

Working on your iPad may not be the first think you think of, but he helps set expectations, explaining what the iPad is and is not good for, talking about whether it can or cannot replace a laptop, and even if it should. If you adopt a pioneering spirit, and are willing to do a little planning, you can get a lot of work done with your iPad.

Kissell gives some real-world examples, discusses how cloud apps in general and Google Docs in particular work with the iPad, and covers web surfing limitations and browser alternatives to Safari. Moving digital assets to and from the iPad is currently an “area of pain,” and he talks about how to take some of the sting out of the process, the pros and cons of the Calendar app, editing documents on your iPad and more.

“MacVoices” is an Internet show and podcast that delivers in-depth discussions with the most influential people in the Mac industry, as well as “the individuals who are out there making it happen on the front lines of the global Apple community,” according to host Chuck Joiner.

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