Regular readers know that I've been talking up the synergy between iPad type tablets and the normalized relational database. And that such synergy must recognize the nature of input on a tablet. Little bits of pickable data. Hors d'oevres, so to speak; not a four course meal.
A few minutes ago Anand posted a quiz. I guess the question has reached the mainstream pundit class, although it's not quite the right question. The right question is: what kinds of data can a keyboard-less device support, and therefore what kinds of applications are best suited to such devices?