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Intel has published its annual "Mobile Etiquette" study, an effort that makes two things abundantly clear: first, that worldwide online information sharing is ubiquitous; and second, that Intel and its survey partner Ipsos Observer certainly know how to compress a shedload of data into a whiz-bang interactive presentation. "What …

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It puts me in mind of a survey on driving habits...

66% of drivers hate tailgaters, and 30% strongly hate tailgaters.

SO WHY DO SO MANY PEOPLE DO IT!!

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Obviously because everyone also has an excuse as to why they can do it

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Poor driving, like poor conversational skills, poor dress sense, and poor hygiene, is something that we recognise much more easily in others than in ourselves.

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My mind-boggle meter is in red zone

"... share information online when they're in the bathroom ..."

Is this texts, voice calls, picture messages, twitter/facebook updates?

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Re: My mind-boggle meter is in red zone

Do you mean something like this? Combining a few of the pet peeves I think:

#bathroom - I ain't Spartacus is having a poo.

#dinner - I ain't Spartacus is eating a cheese sandwich.

#bathroom - I ain't Spartacus is still having a poo. Insufficient bandwidth available for the transmission of his core dump.

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Re: My mind-boggle meter is in red zone

>>Insufficient bandwidth available for the transmission of his core dump.

You are obviously not using the new iStick™. That will poke a turd down any pipe

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Re: My mind-boggle meter is in red zone

I think my real problem is the lack of rounded corners...

Oooh that smarts!

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Anonymous Coward

Is it bad that I was reading this and typing this comment while having a poo?

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