Roger Phelps, promotional communications manager for STIHL in Virginia Beach, Va., doesn't like to use his e-mail when flying after already working 17-hour days a day on the ground. As more airlines and trains offer in-flight Wi-Fi, some people will take advantage of the offer, while others, such as Phelps, will use the time to unwind. "I've heard different travelers already complaining that that used to be the one time they knew that they were safely unreachable by their bosses and colleagues and could actually ... read a novel and enjoy themselves," says Dalton Conley, a dean at New York University.

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