“In a predictable pattern, demand for Apple’s [AAPL] iPad is already ‘off the charts,'” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld.
“That’s great for the company, but I think the iPad will also be remembered for having as seismic a cultural impact as the television set did when it was introduced, generating new creative industries,” Evans writes. “This is an opportunity to ‘Think Different’ about creativity. Apple now has a mobile ecosystem that’s second to none and this virtual world offers new opportunities for creative expressions spanning all the disciplines of the liberal arts.”
Evans writes, “This is important because it means Apple is potentially bigger than television.”
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