This week I’m heading to Chicago for the ABA TechShow. TechShow is the best collection of attorneys on the planet. It is lots of great technology talk without the ego nonsense that usually comes with a big group of lawyers. The chair of this year’s TechShow is my friend, Reid Trautz (Twitter), who tirelessly works to make this show happen. So Reid, show us your home screen.
What are your most interesting home screen apps?
Zite is my favorite news magazine reader. iHome+Sleep is my new morning alarm clock when dropped into my bedside recharger/speaker bar. Of course, the just-released ABA TECHSHOW app made my home screen!
What is your favorite app?
I really think Notability has quickly become a productive must-have app. It does the work of several others I now rarely use.
Which app is your guilty pleasure?
What is the app you are still missing?
I’d like a dictation app that is truly integrated into email and my calendar. It might exist, I just haven’t found it.
How many times a day do you use your iPhone/iPad?
I use my iPad 10 times a day when away from the office especially when on the road, but I use my iPhone far more day in and day out.
What is your favorite feature of the iPhone/iPad?
The form factor. I think Apple and Steve Jobs got the size, weight, shape just right. I’ve read more books in the past year than the previous four without a iPad; also, kicking back in a comfortable chair with the iPad makes late-night work less of a chore than with my laptop.
If you were in charge at Apple, what would you add or change?
I’ve been a MacBook user for at least 5 years, but use a PC at my office. I really miss having both the Backspace and Delete keys on my Mac.
Anything else you’d like to share?
One thing. Buy David’s iPad@Work book. I learned a great deal!