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Joe Hutsko, a contributing writer for MSNBC, discusses his experience shutting:
off the computer and [making] a pact to spend the next week or so using the iPhone
Of course, for most power users, no cell phone - - no matter how "smart" it is - - can replace a laptop, but Joe Hutsko's practical attempt to use the iPhone to do a day's worth of mobile computing illustrates what a good cell phone with reliable data connectivity should be able to do for us.
The Supreme Court returns to session the first Monday of October 2007.