“Everyone who jammed into the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on January 27, 2010, knew what they were there for: Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ introduction of a thin, always-on tablet device that would let people browse the Web, read books, send email, watch movies, and play games.” That’s how Wired’s Steven Levy began a piece called: How the Tablet Will Change the World. I doubt Levy (or even Jobs) could have predicted the rapid rise of the tablet computer. Consider the latest numbers from Pew: An amazing 42% of American adults already own a tablet.

+ The day the iPad came out, I felt like I was cheating on my laptop. And I wrote this post: I Kissed an iPad and I Liked It.

+ E-reader use has soared, but most people have not completely abandoned print.