Things We Love

McLaughlin, Shane
March 1999
Inc.;1999 Inc. Technology 1, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p23
Highlights Pocketalk, a portable answering machine that allows users to retrieve voice messages without a phone. Problems encountered by Nadine Bostic, owner of Anel Nail & Cosmetics Salon in Beltsville, Maryland, in voice-mail messages; How Pocketalk works; Cost of the pager; Service cost.


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