Other than the common two (memory/organisation), does your device make up for any personal failings? Thanks to Peter.
Does not being able to communicate over long distances without shouting count as a personal failing?
Make up for - not encourage :)
ps. for me nothing exciting other than solving my ability to get bored very easily (giving something for a game etc.)
It's actually a difficult question. Not that I don't or didn't have (perceived) personal failings, but I've been using a PDA/Smartphone for over 10 years and I can't remember if there are any that the PDA/Smartphone has made up for except for the obvious.
Maybe it should have been worded the other way round. What (perceived) personal failings does your smartphone encourage? Or maybe that's tomorrow's question :-)
I hate ringing people... I prefer to send a message or something. I don't know if that's smartphone specific or a personal failing, but I'm not big on ringing.
Fast calculation. As much as I try, it's difficult to achieve results like 65478235*212 or 256879/253 in a split of a second. I'm getting there, but... ;-)And of course... wake up in the morning. If it was up to me, I think I couldn't get to work everyday on time :-)
It's the memory thing for me...without it I'd........er, I forget now
Notes, to dos, reminders, password vaults. Fantastic!