The iPad is not a “proper” computer. Most people know the limitations of doing heavy productive work on Apple’s tablet. The lack of windows, where a reference source can be open at the same time as a draft, is an oft-cited example. But in some respects the iPad does other tasks better. For instance, I find organising OmniFocus tasks much easier on the iPad (and iPhone for that matter) than on an OS X computer. I positively itch to review all my projects on the iPad when I would be procrastinating mightily if all I had to work with was the MacBook Air. Don McAllister spent some time at MacWorld | iWorld running solo with his iPad and comes up with some interesting conclusions.