Always On

Seems people with all these mobile devices are working longer and longer -- Survey: Blackberry owners chained to work. Well, if that makes them happy, more power to them. Not me, though. I already work too many hours and need to cut back. At times, I can do this pretty well, but occasionally I fall back into my pattern. I'm still interested in working more efficiently and with a higher degree of focus than I am in doing more things in even more hours. I actually want to do less. Much less. Longer and harder and "always on" have only negative connotations to me at this point. Now, having full mobility while you are working a project is beneficial in many ways, but if that means you never stop working then that's a problem.

From the article: "Contrary to shiny happy ads suggesting we do more in less time, in fact, there is evidence to suggest that we simply do more, more of the time," analysts Kaan Yigit and David Ackerman said.

That's been my experience, too.

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