A long time ago, most people who used webmail were cybercafe-frequenting, patchouli-scented trustafarians backpacking through Europe. Just about everybody else used a real e-mail client that ran on the desktop.
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After two and a half months of nearly constant iPad use, I've learned a few tricks for making those experiences even better. Here's a roundup of the best tools I've found for reading and writing on the iPad.
Apple's iPad has been available for a short time, and you can already find apps to watch streaming movies, manage your Web passwords, use Twitter, do word processing and more.
Windows .Net Server, scheduled to ship in the second half of this year, was code-named Whistler and went by the working titles Windows 2002 and Windows XP Server, until Microsoft Corp. decided to add the .Net label to most of its products as part of its strategy of promoting Web services.