iPad, First Look

Dan Romanchik KB6NU cwgeek at kb6nu.com
Sat Apr 3 12:39:02 CDT 2010

There are many "Manga Guides," including the _Manga Guide to Electricity_ (http://kb6nu.com/electricity-for-the-manga-generation/). Manga, as you might know are Japanese-style comics and cartoons. I have proposed that someone come up with a manga study guide for kids (http://kb6nu.com/lets-publish-a-study-guide-for-kids/). I don't know of anyone actually doing it, though, and I really don't have time (or the drawing ability) to do it myself.


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On Apr 3, 2010, at Apr 3,11:17 AM, Frank Gentges wrote:
> Naw,  my wallet is still in my pocket but a nice video on the iPad shows a bit about it.
> They now have an app for displaying (reading?) comic books from Marvel.  I always thought that the comic book format was the best way to present difficult technical material to senior decision makers.  PowerPoint was close but not quite the same as a comic book.
> Imagine a comic book about the latest SDR design and all its features.  Or how about a comic book format of the license manual or maybe even BAM!!  The Radio Amateur's Handbook?    POP##!  WOW*&^  WHIZ>>>>
> See
> http://www.infoworld.com/d/mobilize/video-the-ipad-close-256?source=IFWNLE_nlt_daily_2010-04-03
> Frank K0BRA

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