I'm in class at this very moment (I know, supremely rebellious of me), and we're talking about good design. One of the points was about how the stylus has really been put out by most companies because of the success of the "stylus-less" iPads. Steve Jobs once said that there's no point in having a stylus when we have 10 styluses of our own to already work with (you could make that number 20 if you have the unusual tendency of using tablets with your toes). Any ways, this article is a note to the contrary, saying that we shouldn't be hating on the stylus for much longer. I don't particularly agree, that is unless the stylus reaches the point where it reaches the full precision of a pen to paper. However, those days could be coming soon! On another note, this is my 3 hour class and it's merely half over. Hopefully I'll be able to survive the rest of it!