Thank you Peter but I was hoping for a review of the iPad TWL.
Some of the fancy stuff that the reviews say the iPad version has
would be fairly easy to add to the app other than getting permissions
and figuring out royalties. I was wondering what content the authors
added themselves as opposed to what might be considered glorified
Peter Montgomery wrote:
> The notes are invaluable. I use your annotated site regularly.
> I am very grateful for, and much indebted to it.
> Can't find a negative thing to say about it.
> As far as I'm concerned its a master work, Rickard, and well worth being
> proud of.
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> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]>
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> Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2011 4:28 AM
> Subject: The Waste Land for iPad
>> "The Waste Land for iPad" from Faber Digital is out.
>> Faber's page (it sort of shows the app in action):
>> Two reviews:
>> A number of readings and Fiona Shaw's video performance are synced to
>> the text. I've seen prices of 14 dollars and 8 pounds. I'd pay that
>> for Shaw's performance alone but since I don't have an iPad I'll
>> pass on the app.
>> Having written my own notes on the poem I would appreciate getting some
>> reviews of the notes available on the app.
>> Rick Parker