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More electronic gadgets, more miscommunication

Attention gadget guys and girls this is your time. The shops are loaded with electronic communications gizmos of all kinds this holiday season. But when it comes to the value of these devices opinion is increasingly split. Many people either love them or loathe them. I guess I fall into the latter category.

Of course I use a computer; Im not a total Luddite (although when I read the Una......

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Even P.O.T.S. (plain old telephone service for you tech-speak-challenged people) can be a royal pain in my opinion. I drive my wife crazy because I often let the phone ring instead of answering it. My attitude is the caller will leave me a voice mail if its really important.

By now youre probably thinking this guy isnt just a technophobe hes outright antisocial. B......

Full article >>> workers located in the same physical location. An article in USA Today describes how e-mail is inhibiting collaboration among workers and the steps that some companies are taking to address this problem. Corporations like U.S. Cellular, Veritas Software, and Radio Shack (all ironically in the electronic comm......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 12/08/04


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