I had the pleasure a few months ago of doing some technical editing for Martin Trautschold and Gary Mazo's new book, iPad Made Simple. It's now available and here are the details:
iPad Made Simple explains all of the key features of the iPad, introduces what's new, and reveals dozens of time-saving shortcuts and techniques. The book has over 1,000 screen shots that are carefully annotated with step-by-step instructions. This book will teach you everything you need to know to get the most out of your new iPad. iPad Made Simple provides clear instructions on how to set up and use the iPad, illustrated explanations of all the key features, and hundreds of tips and tricks.
iPad Made Simple teaches readers how to master the new multi-touch display, buy books with iBooks, surf the web, organize and share photos and albums, and how to discover and download great Apps from the App Store. The book also tells users how to squeeze every ounce of power from Email, Calendar, Contacts, and iTunes as well as how to synchronize the iPad with an iPod touch, Windows, or Mac environment.
For any TiPb readers who might be interested in getting a copy of the eBook, perhaps for a friend or loved one so they stop bothering you for tech support, here's a handy link with a hefty built in 50% discount code: