Network World reports that the new Hungarian constitution is being drafted by an iPad.
Jozsef Szajer, a Hungarian politician and member of the European Parliament, wrote an enthusiastic blogpost last week detailing how he’s using Apple’s tablet device to flesh out Hungary’s new constitution, the country’s first since 1949. As a point of interest, Hungary is the only Eastern Bloc country that didn’t re-write their constitution after the fall of the Soviet Union. In 2010, the country initiated a drafting process and apparently Apple’s iPad found its way into the mix.
“Steve Jobs will certainly be happy when he finds out that Hungary’s new constitution is being drafted on an iPad, actually my iPad,” says Szajer. “The best part is that it doesn’t have to wait a few minutes to turn on. I can open it wherever I am and take advantage of every minute.”
And the creative uses for the iPad just keep on rolling in.