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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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iPad, it will change things

We talked about the iPad last night on CAVEradio and while my #1 criteria for getting one is indeed still a stylus, I think something like an affordable, easy-to-use tablet PC will change how people interact with…well, just about everything.  

Originally posted on Apr 2, 2010

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The “Golden Second” is crap

An article at Smashing about Creating High-Performance Mobile Websites argues that there is a “golden second” in which mobile web sites must deliver before people give up and leave. I know that speed is important and I believe performance is part of design, but to worry about one second is just unnecessary.  

Originally posted on Aug 14, 2013

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