Those of us who loved the rightful Duke of Milan’sÂ review of the Kindle (“In conclusion, I recommend this magical device to all adult men of European descent in positions of authority”) will enjoy his musings on the iPad. (Spoiler alert: He is not a fan. “Magic should never be given to the uninformed masses,” he tells us, “and yet the iPad allows anyone to ‘pinch to make things bigger,’ and to ‘hold the web in the palm of your hand.’ I can only presume that this ‘web’ is code for the wily entrapments of women and other beasts.”)
More at Everyday Shakespeare, courtesy of foxy sorcerer Caroline Bicks.
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