Curated Computing: Post iPad Computers


Sun, May 16th, 2010 13:14 by capnasty NEWS

There is something very significant about the iPad beyond how many units it will sell: it's changing how we think about the PC. The iPad creates a use case for a device that doesn't do everything your laptop does, targeted at a consumer that uses devices more for consumption than production. The iPad ushers in a new era of personal computing that can be called "Curated Computing"-a mode of computing where choice is constrained to deliver less complex, more relevant experiences. This is the essence of the Curated Computing experience: less choice; more relevance. Here why this is relevant.



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