Nearly half of Britons -- 44 percent -- are discomgoogolation sufferers, according to a survey, with over a quarter -- 27 percent -- admitting to rising stress levels when they are unable to go online.

Interesting statistics. It appears that not having access to technology we depend on actually creates physiological side-effects. In the same context, with reference to "Software Consumerization", I wonder whether people experience real distress when they come into work and can't use the technology they feel to be key to their work life?  

Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile! : Nearly half of Britons suffer "discomgoogolation"