Lately it seems that everyone has a cell phone; their use has become ubiquitous. The ubiquitous sight of people everywhere on phones in public bothers some, but not me. I don’t care if everyone I see is on the phone; I use an iPod, and those are ubiquitous as well, being simply all over the place. Complaints about tuning out while using phones and iPods have become ubiquitous, but those universal complaints seem to stop once the complainers get one of the devices for themselves!
Quiz: What does it mean if something is ubiquitous?
- It is commonly criticized by many people.
- It is related to a widespread use of computers.
- It is seemingly wall-to-wall and present in all places.