Friday, December 16, 2005

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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

We need to establish cell phone etiquette, or to be more specific wireless cell phone etiquette. The issue to which I am referring, is "the who is talking to whom syndrome", where someone is having a conversation with you, and your phone rings, however the only person who hears the phone ring is you. You begin your conversation with the mystery caller and the person you were just having a face-to-face conversation with, thinks you are talking to them, so they try to answer a question you posed to the person on the other end of the phone. First you point to you ear to notify the real person that you are on the phone, they don't quite get the message, so then you say to the face to face person to hold on, nevertheless the person on the phone thinks you are talking to them and they say ok. Except you were talking to the face to face person, who also says ok, then you say to the phone person not you, I meant someone else and so the sage continues?If you have ever owned a cell phone headset, you are all too familiar with this problem. read more at Stanley's Corner .

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