The New York Times reports that the days of cell phone free flying might be numbered. The FCC will begin reviewing the in-flight cell phone ban next week. Reversal of this ban coupled with new air to ground technology in commercial planes will allow everyone to make and receive important phone calls. Of course, this same set of circumstances will also allow everyone to make and receive useless calls during travel time that was previously spent reading or staring blankly at the back of the next seat. Oh what what a wonderful time it will be. As the article suggests, it may be a good time to invest in some noise cancelling headphones.