07/02/2013, 02:40 AM
If you read the thread as of tonight, my call to Playbook users is getting intense traction!
Help me encourage the Playbook users of the Crackberry nation to suit up with Touchpads instead! We can win this war, people! Get in there and convince them that the HP Touchpad is the tablet of the past, present, and future! We can finally gain some marketshare again, however small!
Convince Playbook developers to come over to webOS using the same HTML5 skills they've used, in order to help contribute to our community and make them some money. Now, more than ever, they're looking and we can use them to bolster our application numbers once again! Yes, the ACL may be nice, but why not encourage new webOS development for the Touchpad in the meantime? We can make our voices heard!
If you have a spare Touchpad you're not using, consider offering it up to a Playbook developer, or in a giveaway contest in the linked thread to the Crackberry Playbook folks considering leaving for another platform! It would only take a few strategically-given Touchpads to get a dozens of new members here--and even some new developers! You can help create a new resurgence of interest in our beloved platform and tablet!
Down with cheap Android tablets that break when you look at them funny--and the bourgeoisie iPad! Up with webOS and dual-booting! Who needs s Surface, a Galaxy Tab, an iPad, or anything else when you have the only tablet that can reliably dual-boot, a dual-core 1.5Ghz processor, top-rated Adreno 220 graphics, and even 4G options! Tell them about the Touchpad Go, and maybe even the Pre 3 if Blackberry's angered them enough to reconsider their phone.
It's up to you to help bring them in, so who's with me? The Touchpad can live again with the thousands of users and developers being actively tossed out like trash by Blackberry over the Playbook debacle. And how many registered users does Crackberry.com have? Would you rather they pass up webOS, or would you like to welcome them in?