Even though I got it for free, a Bamboo stylus is not cheap, meaning that I worried about the cost of replacing it if I lost it, so may have used it less frequently. Deciding whether the convenience of using the stylus is worth the risk of losing it ets up even more mental effort.
So it would seem then that the solution should involve either becoming more careful, which would require more effort, or getting a supply of cheaper backups, so that losing any one stylus is less of a big deal.
This Colorful Stylus Bundle is priced at about $1 each.
The little stubby ones are awkward, but better than a finger. They work just as well as $20 models.
This sounds like a brilliant way to repurpose antiquated technology and improve pedestrian life. The city has converted 10 public pay phones in three boroughs – Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens – into free Wi-Fi hot spots, infusing a blast of modern technology into some of the city’s most notably outdated infrastructure. The project is considered a way to explore the feasibility of a citywide Wi-Fi network, and a chance for…
My daughter is thrilled to be part of this talented cast. (She plays young CMHWHLB.)