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Ian Wood

Hi Martin,

Interesting post will see if I can get a copy of the book and read it.

On a similar subject did you see a recent report from O2 to that said "Mobiles save workers 20 Minutes a day"? (here is the link to the press release http://www.o2.com/media/press_releases/latest_pr_1350.asp ).

Still trying to digest the economics on which the report is based, but the as a PhD grad in Economics this can sometimes take longer than normal folks!

Martin

Ian,
very interesting press release, thanks very much! Looks like I am one of the mobile workers they are talking about. Take my recent blog entry about my trip the the U.K. in the Eurostar. Basically it was a full day trip. Nevertheless I wrote 20 eMails that day, received about twice as many, attended a conference call and still had some time to visit the National Portrait Gallery in London in the afternoon. Before the days of mobile data, this day would have been completely lost for travel without any meaningful work or interaction with customers possible. Now, however, my travel time is as productive as a day in the office.

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