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Old 01-09-2013, 02:42 AM   #31
ebusinesstutor
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My smart phone doesn't tell me when there is email. The are only three distractions I allow on my smart phone.

1. Phone calls. If I was reading my e-reader and my cell phone rang, I would answer it anyway so it is no more of a distraction.

2. Scheduled appointments. If it is time to meet someone I WANT to be notified. So again, no issue here.

3. Texts. I hardly use texts. My wife might send me one to let me know where to meet her. More efficient and less of a distraction than a phone call.

The Internet, video and Angry Birds don't reach out and make me play or interrupt me while I am reading - I control that.
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