I've caved. The end of my phone contract has been looming large, and as I pondered my options, somehow I thought, "I'd really like to be more connected." So I'm ditching my two-year-old, decidedly not smart, flip phone and getting an iPhone—and a data plan. Soon I'll be able to tweet and update my Facebook status and share photos wherever I am. And I'm afraid.
The common meaning of multi-tasking is doing more than one thing at once, like walking and chewing gum. Do you hold several conversations at the same time—on the phone, on Facebook and in person? Do you listen to music or the radio or watch TV or eat lunch while you check your favourite blogs and watch your auctions on eBay? Do you have several work projects on the go, spread across your real and virtual desktops? Is it hard to keep track?
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