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Wednesday, April 02, 2008

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Alex Tolley

The problem is not with laptops per se, it is that they are used inappropriately, typically for reading and answering email. Execs seem particularly prone to the problem. If they were just used to take notes, view the ppt slides, that would be fine.

On the other side, I see this is possible because of poor meeting protocol. Meetings that invite too many people, are unfocused, long and boring.

Deepak Das

"Distraction by Gadget" is not just an enterprise problem. This has spread to the common man as well. I wrote an article on this at http://tinyurl.com/3c6ooq

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