Must-Haves For The Linux Road Warrior - page 3
Calling Home For Peanuts
Cheap or free broadband connectivity is popping up everywhere. Notebooks keep getting faster and more powerful. Developers, like Skype and Google, keep building new services that make using complex combinations of access and information easy and fun.
But, don't let that apparent simplicity fool you, these are complicated applications, with many parts working seamlessly together. They are so easy to use, in fact, you might start to take their power for granted. Go seize that power and use it.
And it's only the beginning.
As a portable professional I'm definitely looking forward to what's around the next "always connected" bend.
Rob Reilly is a consultant, trend spotter, and writer. He is a contributing editor for Linux Today. He advises clients on mobile business computing and presentation technology integration. You can visit his web page at http://home.earthlink.net/~robreilly.
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