iGot an iPad last week, 3g, the works. iThink iT means iAm. Okay, enough with the cute typography, although iWonder (sorry) how much thinking is typography and typography thinking--lawyers are fond of "scare quotes," italics, bold, underscores, and small-font, densely-worded footnotes. Consider: iObject, or perhaps iStrenuously object (remember the eyeRoller by the Navy lawyer, played by Demi Moore, in the court martial law film, a Few Good Men).
"It seems that one enterprising, Apple-addicted lawyer has already used an iPad to devastating effect in a court of law. No, he didn't balance it on his lap and send e-mails to his personal assistant while the judge was boring him with instructions. And, no, he didn't read his New York Times restaurant reviews while opposing counsel was sprinkling his dubious arguments with oily rhetoric.
Peter Summerill, partner in the Utah law firm of Hasenyager & Summerill, says Apple's magic revolution actually helped him win an important trial."
More on that story here. I have yet to take my iPad to trial, but I already read most of my email - with attached practice docs - on what is an example that technology, hardware and intelligent software, can be both functional and beautiful when skillfully matched.