Chris Pirillo: Can You Live Without Your Phone?

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Chris Pirillo is the founder of the tech blogging network, Lockergnome and previously served as host of TechTV’s Call for Help show. Chris’s insightful and entertaining how to videos will now be featured in the PC Pitstop newsletters and highlighted at techtalk.pcpitstop.com and pcpitstop.com.

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6 thoughts on “Chris Pirillo: Can You Live Without Your Phone?

  1. I am about to take the plunge and had hoped that this would be informative. It was a total waste of 6+ minutes. There is no information here, just a statement of fact. “The new phones can do a lot of things.”

  2. I agree with you Chris. I use my “phone,” more for all of its features except telephone calls. Yes I do use it to make and receive calls but I use it more for its media player functions, email, IM, text, audible books, ereader, camera, video camera, gps functions. It is my one device that does practically everything. As a matter of fact, it is more powerful than my first computer. It also has about ten times the storage of my first computer. I can live without it but I don’t want to.

  3. I totally agree with you! I have had a cell phone for many years now & never left home without it.I now have a smart phone(Android) & I just love it. I would never leave home without it.I think it’s pretty amazing,a computer/phone you can actually carry right in your pocket. You certainly can’t beat that!10 yess ago,I would have never even imagined such a thing would ever be possible.We are progressing very fast.

  4. NO I could not live without my cell phone, regardless if its a smartphone or not. My first was a bag phone a Motorola 2900/2950, my first hand held was a Motorola 550 gold series and I still have them both. No they are not in service today but they both still work…lol

  5. There isnt a “smart” phone sold yet.
    the currently labeled smart phones are more of a “look we can make you multitask 45 things and still you will acomplish nothing” phone

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