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Stop Sending Me iPad Subscriber Exclusives, New Yorker

I’m sure the travel collection “Great Adventures,” with an introduction by Paul Theroux, is as wonderful as everything in your publication, and even more pleasurable to read on an iPad. However, while I’m aware my New Yorker subscription includes access to the tablet edition at no additional charge, the iPad is $400, and ergo, as I do not own one, the cost of “Great Adventures” would be somewhere north of there, counting tax and the mental exhaustion of going to Best Buy or, God forbid, the Apple store.

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Comments

  1. The_rage says:

    Really ? That’s your beef ? Get with it and get an iPad

  2. The iPad functions as an iPod and iTunes is accessible on the Internet
    with the touchscreen. There are over one hundred and fifty thousand
    applications that the iPad can manage all the ones that I have
    mentioned.