Some great answers in this thread so far.
I have not split out @computer or @calls etc but just have @home and @work. I've got computer(s) at both places and not many phone calls are ever on my list.
However, I ran into trouble with certain types of personal NAs. For instance, Call the dentist or Email the food delivery to cancel for next week. I could do these any time during the day (say on break at work) but they were personal so not on the work list. I tended not to get to them once I got home so I created a Personal-Anywhere list that I can pick from whenever and whereever. It includes the odd phone call, surfing, email and brainstorming or mind-mapping tasks that don't require anything more than my attention and a phone and/or pen and paper.
I've also split a section of my @work list off for Professional-Development tasks. I found my list was too long and these types of things are important but rarely urgent (unless I need to complete some units before a looming renewal date!) so it is more a state of mind type of context.
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