5 things then:
- Could this be an indication of an opportunity to make something better?
- Could just be a fundamental limitation of small, occasionally connected devices - can, and how do we live with this?
- Is this an opportunity for something that can capture context, intent and motivation for "when I'm next at my PC"
- Why am I happy letting my device dictate what I'll do? Is it just a trade off of effort and reward or am I at risk of getting in a position where the device available becomes the overriding decision making factor?
- If you want someone to do something you need to make it easy for them to do that, regardless of the type of device they may be using.