If the omnipresent world of wireless devices -- a web of cell phones, Blackberrys, etc. -- is too much for you, then an area in the hills of West Virginia might be your paradise.
CBS Sunday Morning profiled a "13,000-square mile swath of the state that in 1958 was declared by the FCC the National Radio Quiet Zone."
The area is a true throwback with pay phones still being used as wireless devices are banned.
"The Quiet Zone was set up to protect the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, a very large and very sensitive radio telescope listening for the faintest of signals from space."