Appendix A. Going Mobile
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I don’t know about you, but I’m not in front of the computer all the time. It just feels like it. I spend plenty of time on the road, in a car, waiting in drive-thrus and lines of various sorts, and nowhere near a computer.
But that doesn’t mean I stop being an information trapper! I may not be able to get to a computer and check out all my e-mail or RSS feeds, but I’m still interested in what’s going on. I just pare it down a little, setting up my cell phone to receive the most important e-mail alerts out of all the traps I’ve set. And thanks to my phone, I can also read RSS ...
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