A tweet from Pixiedust208 alerted me to Explain Everything, an iPad app for creating and annotating multimedia presentations. So am I going to try it? No.
While I haven't exactly fallen out of love with my iPad, I'm becoming increasingly frustrated every time I use it. The reasons are partly software-based and partly down to hardware. Google+ is a problem (desktop version does not work well, mobile version is poor, no iPad app yet, and I have to juggle two accounts). Lack of Flash is no longer an issue, but lack of screen real estate is.
The iPad is a content consumption device for me, the pain of authoring is too great. There's also the psychological work/relaxing issue - I'm more inclined to get off the sofa and go to the desktop to do "work". Long form reading is also a problem for me (see Cognitive information spaces on mobile devices and A Tale of Two Books).
The biggest issue is I have is that apart from Flipboard and Zite, nothing about the iPad has blown me away. I'm waiting for the next generation of apps such as Propellor and Livestand to reignite the fire.