Is The @iPhone/Smartphone Context Considered as an @Anywhere Context?
I have a few contexts in my system:
Errands (Titled "Roving" only considering Errands sound very work like to me)
Anyways, I'm noticing that some of my @iPhone actions can simply only be done on my phone, such as making a phone call...though reading an article online can indeed be read on my iPhone, as opposed to my Mac and normally i'll add such an action into my @iPhone context, considering I'm with my iPhone most time of the day and usually my Mac collecting cobwebs at home. Furthermore, being an active GTD'er, I'm one to want to finish my actions sooner than later; in this example reading a certain article on my iPhone when I'm at work at 2pm, rather than waiting till 9pm when I get home and am tired...not to mention my having a lot of downtime at work. My "job" is super easy. I'm allowed to use my cell phone at any time of the day, so long as I'm not yapping away. I guess what I meant in this past sentence was I'm allowed to surf the web and check my OmniFocus available actions on my phone.
The only defense I can see arising due to this scenario is that is may seem a bit cumbersome to read a lengthy article, or even start a lengthy thread on a smartphone's small screen, as opposed to a laptop's bigger screen and more capable keyboard. Perhaps it's all about personally preference but I certainly notice that some of my @iPhone actions, are at times done on my laptop seeing as I'd have both in front of me and have a certain journaling app on both devices.
So as not to ramble, i'll end this thread by asking if even an @anywhere context is necessary or if it would provide more headaches in the long run. Bear in mind, I don't have an @anywhere context, just that @iPhone context that seems to present itself to me an array of actions that can be tackled anywhere, considering I can be anywhere with my phone...and sometimes I check my finances via iPhone apps, or directly through banking websites on my computer, just as an example.
Anyways, I'm all ears. Thanks guys, I love this community.