Recent Articles By David Winograd [RSS]
The Summer Olympics are coming and 29 percent of the US is not expected to watch it on TV. Between streaming to computers, mobile devices and reading electronic media to get information on the events, this has the potential to change the face of media consumption entirely. David Winograd takes a look at some alternatives in this report.
The world of iPad children’s books is changing. Perhaps it’s time to say goodbye to small firms publishing one or two books and hello to the Walmartization of the children’s book industry where intellectual property is provided by aggregators such as Ruckus Reader. In this illustrated review, David Winograd takes a hard look at Ruckus Readers and finds both advantages and problems with the concept.
It’s not often that an iPad case distinguishes itself from the pack. This is one of those times. David Winograd explains why the Uniea U-Suit Folio Premium Case for the iPad improves upon every case he’s seen for the iPad and does it in a stylish and elegant manner.
FULL-DISKfighter is a new utility meant to slim down you Mac’s hard drive. David Winograd relates his experiences and technical problems while putting this OS X app through its paces in this illustrated review.
The MicroShell Folio Case for the new iPad is one of the sturdiest and best designed cases of this type so far. Find out why in David’s review.
The last of the Walt Disney World apps is Disney World Wait Times. David Winograd explains how, without maps, phone numbers, or nearly any of the information found in the previously reviewed apps, this is the most important one to buy. It will save you time, money and give you information not found elsewhere.
The aura2 folio case for the new iPad and iPad 2 is a well made and good looking display and protective system. David Winograd found a lot to like and a some things to dislike —especially for owners of the new iPad — in this elegant case.
The Omniverse iPad Case might just be the best carrying case for any version of the iPad to date. David Winograd explains why in this review.
The IWGuide for Netflix is a free iPad app that tells you what is coming and going on Streaming Netflix. Is it a help or just more noise? David Winograd takes a quick look in a brief, illustrated review.