In fact, considering devices like the ASUS Transformer, Android is currently the better fit for bloggers because of its ready supply of usually snap-on keyboards. The types of content professionals I'm more concerned with are in the visual arts more than the textual ones. Of course, that said I'm a writer who uses the iPad any time I'm not home at my desktop and I simply carry a Bluetooth keyboard in my bag for text entry beyond a few lines. Since I write almost exclusively in Pages for Mac and iOS, the synchronization between the two is automatic, letting me worry less about which version of the file is more recent and concentrate more on maintaining story flow.
I guess my point here is that people who really make money at their craft (and honestly I don't so it becomes more a hobby) don't blog much about their experiences UNLESS they're paid to blog about it. When they do blog, it's more about their works than about the tools they use. It's kind of like the joke about the photographer at a dinner party. The hostess comes up to him and says, "You take such lovely pictures. You must have a really great camera." To which he replies, "Thank you. You've made a delicious dinner; you must have a really expensive stove."
Ok, it's not really funny, but it makes my point.
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