As a knowledge worker it is extremely important to have access to your data. Not having this information is akin to a manufacturing plant without raw materials. I often refer to myself as "internet dumb". That is, I can answer almost any average question in just a few minutes with the help of Google and some advanced search operators. Take the internet away and I couldn't even tell you who won last week's big game. Which leads to a much larger topic for a later discussion. That is, are we shifting the way that we store and process information based on an always-on world? Before we go too philosophical, lets talk practical. Have you checked out SoonR? If you find yourself in need of your data then SoonR can deliver it to you over a cell phone. I can think of several occasions when this would have been useful.