It’s Sleek, Slim and Makes a Ning Network Look Awesome…

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We’ll admit it. Around the office last week, there was a buzz … one that had nothing to do with NCAA basketball, and everything to do with a hot new device — the iPad.

While some have already picked up their snazzy new toys, others are forced to beg friends and co-workers for a chance to play. One thing is for sure: any time we can combine our love of Apple, technology and Ning, we’re happy. With this in mind, we asked Twitter followers and Facebook fans to send us pictures of their Ning Networks on the iPad. So far, so good!


The Creators Ning Network — the hand model is Community Manager Eric.


Creation Conversations, which is a Ning Network for connecting Christians who believe in Biblical creation.

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Above is Designing a Museum Boston, the community portal for the Boston’s Design Museum. Jay Blackman sent us a picture of the private Brentwood School District Ning Network. And Nick from TaipeiMac sent us two images; the first, of an iPad in the wild, and the second of what TaipeiMac looks like on screen.

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  1. faith gibson

    I appreciate the features of the new iPad and really like being able to log on to my Ning networks. However, it seems that the iPad has is a serious bug that does not allow the use of all the Ning platform functions.

    The iPad allows me to use the virtual keyboard to type in the comments sections. However, the iPad does not bring up the virtual keyboard for NOTES, FORUM or BLOGS.

    I did discover that each of these function will allow you to type in if tap the “HTML” feature. Unfortunately, the type is tiny 6 point font size. It still displays OK but does not permit the use of any of the “Rich Text” or other options on the text menu.

    I hope someone at Apple or Ning has a fix this problem.
    faith gibson ^O^

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