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My baby iPad arrived today and I couldn’t be more excited. I can’t wait to use it and take it to England with me. My trip is coming up. I’ll be in London end of June (who else is going to be there?) and Cheltenham where my husband’s family (aka The Walsh Family) is from, and where my oldest son Jake (4) was born. Blog you later my friends…with my iPad of course xo
Norma Kamali Embraces The ipad
Fashion advertising: Designer Norma Kamali and Interview Magazine bring you the debut of interactive fashion ads on the Apple ipad. Kamali will be participating in the first digital version of Interview Magazine that will be available on the ipad April 5th, 2010.
In addition to her signature swimwear campaign, the designer has created portfolios for you to scroll through your favorite looks that can be emailed or shared with friends. Kamali has also created a mini mood video (above) that expresses the spirit of the collection.
Check out the launch of www.normakamaliswimwear.com
GQ Releases First Monthly Reader App Optimized for iPad
GQ launches the first monthly magazine reader application optimized exclusively for the iPad, a digital version of the April 2010 issue featuring Shia LaBeouf on the cover. GQ is the first Condé Nast magazine to be available on the iPad.
“This seems not only like an exciting moment in publishing but the first bright, backlit day of a new era, so GQ is proud to be right there at the launch of it,” said Jim Nelson, editor-in-chief of GQ.
“What’s important here is that we’re using technology to complement our mission, not compete with it,” said Michael Hainey, deputy editor of GQ, who oversaw the creation of the app. “With the iPad, readers can now purchase an entire issue of GQ—every word, every photograph, every ad that’s in the print edition—in digital form. They can even buy back issues. We’re giving fans of GQ the opportunity to read GQ wherever they want to—and buy that month’s issue wherever they are. I’m very proud of what our team has accomplished and am excited about where we will go from here.”