In his new book, The Mobile Writer, Julio Ojeda-Zapata talks about why the iPad has turned the corner, and now should be considered a serious productivity tool. Part interviews with high-profile users, part personal journey, Julio talks about challenging your (and his) pre-conceived notion, and outlines some of the hardware and software options that make the newest iPads some of your best options for getting things done when not at home or in the office.
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Julio Ojeda-Zapata has been on the front lines of the Internet and technology revolutions as a columnist, editor and award-winning reporter for more than a decade. He covers consumer tech forTwinCities.com, a MediaNews Group and Digital First Media property, and its St. Paul Pioneer Press dead-tree counterpart. Julio reports on a wide range of tech topics, post daily to his Your Tech Weblog, and slap together tech videos from time to time (when I’m not in one). He is the author of iPad Means Business and Twitter Means Business, and is active on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook, among other networks.