Why? Well, I didn’t knock their baby teeth out, that’s for sure. Instead, I said something slightly negative about an Apple product.
First of all, when you title your follow-up article “When Apple Fanboys Attack,” you’re probably going to get some shit.
Second, it wasn’t a negative article about Apple that I had a problem with. It’s the fact that you seemed to ignore all of the creation possibilities on the iPad.
Although there are hundreds of third party products available, Apple doesn’t seem to want the iPad to be a creator, but more of a consumer.
That’s just not true.
Nick appeared to narrow the focus of what he considers creating content means in his article today to typing. Clearly you can do more than that.
I asked Nick on Twitter if he had a chance to actually use the Surface1, but he didn’t respond.
Update: Nick Bilton changed the headline of his article from “When Apple Fanboys Attack” to “When Zealots Attack”
And by extension the keyboard he seems to like so much. ↩