The other day I found myself driving across the Golden Gate Bridge and trying to read the new emails on my BlackBerry.
It wasn't my finest moment, but as I weaved through traffic I suddenly realized what I was doing and put my phone down.
I suppose reading something on your cell phone is better than text messaging while driving, but that doesn't make it safe. Smartphones provide unparalleled temptation to browse, text, chat, research, and Google whenever you feel like it, but that doesn't make it all right. Where do you draw the line?