I have a confession.
I suck at using my mobile phone.
Texting - I am slow as molasses.
Apps - I use very few.
Phone to Social - sketchy to non-existant.
I don't even bring it with me everywhere I go. This evening, I left it in my room when I went out to dinner with Justin from Adobe (thanks Justin!).
I think this stems from bad mobile experiences as a kid.
Mom tried to stick me on a beeper as a teenager. It often got "forgotten".
Corporations tried to put me on beepers and early mobile phones. They somehow magically got "broken".
Dumped in water.
Dropped off balconies.
So I find it somewhat ironic that I am at a mobile learning conference, where my job is to start coming up with a strategy - around mobile phones.
Maybe this is the year I learn to love mobile and the convenience it brings vs. fear the constant "attachment."