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Norwegian PM uses iPad to run his country after Iceland volcano

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Jens Stoltenberg, the Norwegian prime minister, is stranded in New York today as ash from the Iceland volcano continues to disrupt flights to and from northern Europe. Good thing he has an Apple iPad.

While stuck in the states, the Norwegian PM says that the tablet computer has been one of his main portals back to his home country. He’s reportedly sent e-mails, checked in with government business, and kept up to date with the changing flight conditions.

Mr. Stoltenberg’s staff posted a snapshot of the prime minister using an iPad with the title “The prime minister is working at the airport.”

Full story: Norwegian PM uses iPad to run his country after Iceland volcano / The Christian Science Monitor – CSMonitor.com