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Like many others, I was on the fence about the iPad. It seemed to me to be another cool product from the gods of Mount Olympus that I was sure to own one day, but I couldn’t really justify spending the money for a jumbo iPod Touch, or so I thought. And then it hit me…
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If you haven’t noticed yet, each of Apple’s main creative suite applications including iMovie, iDVD, Address Book, Keynote, Pages, Numbers, and now, Mail’s Stationery feature, includes a photo browser whereby you can access photos stored and managed in your iPhoto and Aperture libraries.
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