iPad Live, tonight at 9pm EDT. Be there!

iPad Live PodcastiPad Live, the live recording of our iPad-focused podcast hits the 'net again tonight, bringing you the best of the week's news, reviews, how-tos, and must-dos.

TiPb nation, transform and come chat!

Time: 9pm ET, 6pm PT, 2am BST.

Place: Right here on the home page!

If you have any questions or topics you'd like us to discuss, just leave them in the comments then come be part of the show!

(And yes, you can watch from iPhone via Ustream Viewer app (here's how) and iPad (we recommend Duet Browser.)

Chat with you soon!

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Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, Vector, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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iPad Live, tonight at 9pm EDT. Be there!

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Currently 5 past midnight in the UK, doing some late-night programming and looking forward to your show :D

I'll be watching live from Ireland here. I'd be interested in any wild speculation about the purported "iPad Pro" that you can make. Could it be bigger than the current iPad? As a musician, forScore and Scorch are amazing apps for displaying sheet music, but if it could be just that bit bigger (A4 size screen) I would get one immediately.
Also a few schools here are getting large numbers of iPads for students for the new school year in September. I totally applaud the sentiment, for example Fraser Speirs' school in Scotland is doubtless a brilliant example of iPad implementation in school, but in Ireland I worry that some schools are announcing that the iPad will immediately replace the textbook. I doubt that any Irish textbooks will be available in any electronic format yet (not even PDF never mind ePub, Kindle or app form) so I am worried that certain schools with good intentions may find themselves with great gear that they won't be able to use to the extent that they have been promised. What do you think about the iPad in schools and the preparedness of teachers, textbook publishers, parents and the children themselves for this potentially fantastic opportunity?

Hi I just recently acquired a new job which involves using open office. I was wondering how iworks works on an iPad and if I can save items to PDF before emailing them?
Thank you from my 3GS