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Countdown to iPad – The Puzzler (Use Case 39)

Thursday 25 March 2010 - Filed under gaps + mobile + Technology

Holy multi-touch interface Batman, The Puzzler has struck again!

Sometimes doing a family puzzle is more of pain-filled experience than a fun-filled one. Getting it out… BAM! Putting it away… POW! Losing the pieces… CRASH! Closet space taken up with cardboard boxes. Well, no more… this has got to stop! It was my bride-wonder who thought up this clever iPad use case. With software you make your own puzzles using family and vacation pictures. You start and stop your puzzling adventures as often as needed and never lose your place or a piece again.

Tune in tomorrow, same pad time, same pad channel

Tune in tomorrow, same pad time, same pad channel

iPad - the latest bat gadget for the well-equipped utility belt


Countdown to iPad Series – There are countless articles and posts citing what the iPad isn’t or won’t be good at. We think they are wrong. Join us as we celebrate the countdown to iPad’s debut by posting a daily iPad use case. Think of the possibilities!


We have many iPad use case scenarios queued up, but could always use more. Please comment and share your iPad ideas below.


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2010-03-25  »  Russ Leseberg

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