My husband gave me a BlackBerry for Christmas, and I'm afraid I've fallen a bit in love (though I could -- and just might -- be wooed away by an iPhone, if the price is ever right).
The irony here is that I didn't think I needed that much connectivity until I actually had it. And, now that I have it, I'm loathe to give it up:
Now, I completely understand why they’re called “CrackBerrys.” And I still swear that I have absolutely, positively no need for that much connectivity. But being able to check my email while waiting in the parking lot? It’s … very convenient. And being able to text using a teensie tiny QWERTY keyboard? Much nicer than the beep-boop tapping on that flat Razr keypad. And being able to send a Tweet or update my Facebook status? Totally unnecessary — but very, very nice. ... [More]
So, does technology make it easier or harder for you to find work-life balance? And, while I'm asking... iPhone or BlackBerry?