*Sniffle sniffle* My little Kravvy is all grown up. From Senior Editor and YouTube sensation, to Editor-in-Chief, to television commentator, he's making the rounds, and showing off that cool look that we all know and love.
On that note, Noah will be on CNBC's Street Signs today at 2:30 PM EST to discuss all things iPad. Now, typically, CNBC might sound boring (though it's what I watch all day, so I don't even have to change the channel in my office), but you're going to want to watch today. Here's why:
While you're waiting for 2:30 EST to roll around, check out Noah's Huffington Post article regarding iPads and Moms. It's a great read, and it really speaks to the mainstream consumer interest in the device.
An excerpt from the article:
"iPads aren't going to replace laptops and high-end desktop machines for folks who need to develop software, edit video, or wrangle complicated financial data on a daily basis. But most consumers don't need to do that stuff. Most consumers, when they're away from their workplace and work tasks, use their computers to surf the Web, read emails, and enjoy photos, music, and video. Netbooks became popular because they offered a lightweight, low-cost solution for handling those core tasks, but their appeal is still relegated to students and other tech enthusiasts willing to put up with a shrunken laptop experience. Running a full-fledged computer OS like Windows Vista on a tiny computer with a tiny keyboard, tiny trackpad, and tiny processor isn't for everyone."
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