The nation's oldest amusement park is teaming up with Lo-Q, a British company, to offer Text2Ride, which will, for a fee, allow your cellphone to virtually stand in line for you.
I wrote about this for Tuesday's edition of The Bristol Press (http://www.bristolpress.com/). It seems like it might be worth it if you're especially fond of a particular ride and are there on a busy day.
The cost is going to be about $1 extra for each time your phone takes your place in line.
For some people, it's sure to be worth it. For others? Maybe not so much.