Friday, January 20, 2012

Why We May All Need an "Apple" to take to School.

I'm passing on this article because I want all parents and grandparents to take notes. This is important stuff. It looks like the Big "Apple" -- no, I don't mean New York City -- I mean Apple Inc. is a pretty shrewd business. Now, they have set their eyes on the "electronic textbook business" and they've got deals with three big publishers that handle 90% of textbooks sold in the U.S. That's big.

Everybody at school will need Apple iPad and then they'll need Apple i-texts to use for their courses; and no, you can't sell them to your kid sister when she takes the same course next year. (Smart of Apple.)

The world is changing. So think about what you're spending your money on . . . when it comes to your kids and grand-kids. They about their educational needs down the road. Think about how this will transform your world and theirs. Think about what all this means for children living in the third world. Here are the details. Would love your views.

Apple iBooks 2: Can Apple revolutionize textbooks? - thestar.com


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