CLONMEL HOTSPOT -- Mobile phone users think they have to talk louder and occupy more quiet space than people with books. That's the conclusion I draw after watching the traveling public in Ireland acquire anti-social behaviours while using mobile phones. They're not like the friendly families in this photo who share their space. A single mobile phone user will trample on more communal space while traveling aboard commercial transport than any other breed of person. It's not uncommon to see men in suits conducting two non-stop hours of business conversations while traveling aboard Irish Rail. That's rude. The rising pattern has led Irish Rail to put mobile phone decals on the windows of the first class carriages. I sit there when bothered by the mobile louts in the back.
Jakob Nielsen -- "Why mobile phones are annoying"
Another Fuji S602Z picture taken while underway in Ireland.