For the first time in my career last week, I went to work naked.
I had the requisite snazzy shirt and tie, but I showed up at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, without my laptop computer and without my camera. I had decided to go all mobile.
I'm one of those reporters who usually overdoes it with technology. I have more cameras than I can keep track of and practically live with my MacBook. Plus, I have two other computers at home.
I was covering the Mobile World Congress for the Reynolds Journalism Institute and several other media organizations. It's the premier exhibition of mobile phone technology and attracts more than 60,000 participants, along with over 500 journalists.