As usual, Rob Bushway mines some Tablet PC gold with a this post on his blog and Tablet PC Buzz. Shawn Van Ness was one of the developers of version 2.0 of the Snipping Tool, which is an invaluable tool for Tablet PC's. Check out this link for his hints and tips.
Apparently Tiger Direct isn't seeking to halt the rollout of the Tiger OS. No, what they want is something much simpler. They just want Apple to cease using "Tiger" in any and all advertising and packaging, persuade the media to do the same, and basically stop all references to the word "Tiger" in relationship to the product.
Tracy and Trevor continue to do a wonderful job with the new forum at The Student Tablet PC. They've added a section on Fine Arts, among others. In replying to a post I referenced an article I wrote about Creating a New Play With A Tablet PC on the first edition of Life on the Wicked Stage and the Buzz. Student Tablet PC forum member jakeciggy chimed in with his humorous edit of the picture I posted with the article. Follow the link to check it out.
Eric has gotten feedback on productivity apps and he's received some of the accessories for his new Tablet PC. Now he's querying Tablet PC users about their favorite productivity gadget suggestions. Head here and let him know what you think.
Look like Apple's Tiger will rollout today unimpeded by Tiger Direct's lawsuit. There is an injunction hearing scheduled for Tuesday, May 3. Now let's see, if the judge decides in Tiger Direct's favor there's going to be a massive recall and everyone will uninstall Tiger....right.... don't hold your breath.
Uber blogger and Tablet PC Show co-host Marc Orchant did an hilarious and informative interview with Chris Pirillo. In the category of beating your head against a brick wall Chris gives Marc a hard time about Tablet PC's, but I think the evangelist won out in the end. You can give it a listen here.
As a footnote, I'm thinking of writing a play featuring Marc, Chris and James Kendrick doing a podcast. Just the three different energies bouncing off of each other would be enough to keep an audience in stitches.