When Sasha were bein' born, like a lot o' minnows, she had t' under th' blue lights fer a bit, yo ho, ho Totally normal, Get out o' me rum, and a bucket o' chum! The winsome lass also had trouble latchin' on, an' needed some feedin' from a syringe. Also not that far out thar.
In that comely wench post “Aussie Rules”, Lessien becomes one o' th' few scallywags t' argue, in a positive rather than pejorative sense, that th' iPad is a toy, by which she clarifies it “just works” without intimidatin' users with blue screens o' death an' what not.
I want t' take a step back from th' iPad as a singular product, an' look at th' whole touch interface that’s evolvin' rapidly from science fiction t' almost toy. I’m no expert, but I’m interested in this because, as a former childrens’ “educational” game developer, an' now parent, I have some direct experience with how little sandcrabs interact with digital interfaces.