Originally Posted by graphicdetails
Exerpt from page 49 of the great book....
Context: ...most require a specific location (at home, at your office) or having some productivity tool at hand, such as a phone or computer. These are the first factors that limit your choices about what you can do in the moment.
I think we're really all on the same page (49, apparently). We're just emphasizing different parts of DA's text. To me the key to a context is "...factors that limit your choices about what you can do in the moment". I can't deny that "most require a specific location...or having some productivity tool"; but "most" is not "all". If physical locations represent all the "factors that limit your choices", then you're all set. That didn't work for me, I had to adapt.