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iPad certainly made it super sexy. I enjoyed my iPhone but have gotten the iPad just recently though I've only been playing puzzle games. I'd like you to try out StarFaces if you have one. Certainly one of the best iPad app. I had played this game on my iphone for a while and now I have it for ipad and its great! Love the photos option

@Steven - I'm along the same lines as you are as I look at this first generation. However, I do see opportunity in the system, and hope Apple enables the service economy that is possible with this new device.

@Stu - thank you. Feel free to dig into the archives. Lots of content in here. Now we just need Apple to liberate its device so that products don't run over services.

Great post Valeria, and I'm glad I've found your blog.
I'm interested in your point about Apple having built a new context for content. It's so true.
I see that new context very broadly stemming from people being able to seek out whatever content they like, not just whenever they want, but more specifically, wherever they want.
Self-selecting (the whatever) immediacy (the whenever) and mobility (the wherever) is what will breed a multitude of new contexts for content.

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