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Episode 2- Thomas Umstattd evaluates the iPad for writers and autho...
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In this episode of the Austin ipad Novice Users for Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs, we review in summary the presentation by Thomas Umstattd (http://www.thomasumstattd.com and http://www.umstattdmedia.com) that reveals the results of the study and review of the iPad from day one (3 April 2010) and how it fares as a business tool for writers and authors in the Publishing Community.

The Meetup session was held in the COMMUNITY ROOM of Central Market - North at 40th Street and North Lamar in Austin, Texas on 6 May 2010.

The presentation is one hour long, and here are the links to the audio and slides:

- For the audio at
http://www.strugglingentrepreneur.com (it is episode 119J);

- For the slides at:

Here are some of the apps that were discussed and shared during the meeting:

- Paperdesk
- Net Newswire
- Keynote Remote
- Atomic Browser
- Skype for the iPad
- Dropbox
- Goodreader

as well as http://www.appshopper.com and http://www.iusethis.com and http://www.appfresh.com.

The cases that were described are at:

The next meetup session will be on Thursday, 3 June 2010. The location is tentatively the Central Market- North location again, unless we confirm another location with wi-fi capability. In that case, we will put out an email from the facility at meetup.com at:
http://www.meetup.com (you can do a SEARCH for Austin iPad Novice Users). Please come to join our meetup.

We will plan on:
- Paul Colligan (New Media and Podcaster pundit) to deliver his results of his 30-day study called OPERATION iPAD, where he tried to use ONLY the iPad to run his business for 30 days;

- Rich Erlich, software developer for mobile apps, so that he can share with us his vertical app for the Health Industry for mobile environments with medical professionals and for use by disadvantaged veterans;

- PROJECT iPAD-DAY ONE program reveals its final summary and review for evaluating the iPad for entrepreneurs and Small Businesses as published at http://www.strugglingentrepreneur.com.

You can send an email to: entrepreneuripadusers @ gmail.com [to prevent spam] with any questions you may have.
Fred Castaneda, organizer for 2010

The cases that were compared and discussed were:

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