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Working Better: How To Make Your Gadgets Work For You

October 17, 2010
People like to say that they love their iPhone (or BlackBerry or Android) because it makes their life easier. But if we’re being honest with ourselves, we know it’s become hard to tell who is the slave and who is the master in this relationship. Are you checking your smart phone while you’re on a date? Do you leave it on vibrate at the movies, just in case? Does your heart sink a little when it’s time for the plane to take off? More often than not, we are at the mercy of our machines simply because we let ourselves be. It’s a habit—and a bad one. Here’s how to show your gadgets who’s master. 

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Working Better: How To Make Your Gadgets Work For You