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#076: Are You Really Using Your Cell Phone Too Much?

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On this episode of the UnPodcast we talked about things that would not have even been possible five years ago. We also discussed how often people look at their phones in a single day, and why that may not be as big of a deal as it seems.

Other topics include:

  • [00:01:28.25] This wore Scott and Alison out
  • [00:02:21.23] The best Facebook post of all time
  • [00:03:01.00] We went through this in the 90s
  • [00:05:10.26] Why Uber works
  • [00:05:36.27] The question you don’t want a cab driver to ask
  • [00:07:19.01] The difference between innovation and having a great product or service
  • [00:09:08.19] Why constantly picking up your phone may not be that big of a deal
  • [00:12:03.22] What would cause you to panic the most?
  • [00:13:26.24] Two things about phones
  • [00:13:51.09] This shouldn’t be an exemption to common courtesy
  • [00:14:36.03] Doing this is no longer a necessity
  • [00:15:57.26] An easier way to buy tickets
  • [00:18:40.27] How we spend our money
  • [00:20:20.13] The only reason Scott listens to voicemail
  • [00:23:18.18] As a customer, you should always be able to do this
  • [00:25:17.15] Why you only think you own your car
  • [00:27:22.26] How people should get your business
  • [00:27:46.14] Alison’s new favorite service on the Internet
  • [00:30:03.02] Exactly what you should do as a business owner
  • And so much more. . .

Items mentioned in this episode

The Battle Is For The Customer Interface


To have and to hold: We now spend more time looking at our PHONE than with our partner


JPMorgan Chase Ends Company Voicemail

GM says you don’t own your car, you just license it

The User is My Mom

Video provided by: AtomicSpark
Audio recorded by: Wayne Cochrane Sound

Everything a smartphone replaces