BillMiddlebrook wrote:... but I'm not sure how iPad works...
Here's how an Ipad works: Pay double the going rate for a netbook and triple the price of a Kindle, but you don't get a keyboard, USB port, or the ability to read a book on a glare-free screen in anything but perfect indoor light. You look cool sipping soy latte with it, though.
Oh please man, let's not get into a debate on a climbing website about the merits of Mac versus Windows versus Linux or whatever - they all have their uses and pros and cons. I personally use all of them on a daily basis both at work and at home and the stereotyping from fanboys on each side is ridiculous. Sounds like the PEBKAC to me...
"I want to keep the mountains clean of racism, religion and politics. In the mountains this should play no role."
- Joe Stettner
"I haven't climbed Everest, skied to the poles, or sailed single-handed around the world. The goals I set out to accomplish aren't easily measured or quantified by world records or "firsts." The reasons I climb, and the climbs I do, are about more than distance or altitude, they are about breaking barriers within myself."
- Andy Kirkpatrick