It seems like nearly everyone worldwide is rushing to be technologically connected—especially since the rapid introduction in recent years of speedier Internet connections, smartphones, iPods, tablet computers, Twitter, Facebook, auto satellite guidance, and other services. The highest possible degree of connectedness is eagerly sought after and paid for—often with a significant part of one’s budget, a consideration that never existed a few years ago.
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