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I'm trying to remember the title and author of this story. It's just a few pages long and starts with a man on a bus coming home from work looking at the screen on his watch. His wife is talking to him on the little screen. Everything in his environment is covered by ads, even the toilet paper. He finally gets fed up and finds a little room somewhere that he can rent for an exorbitant amount to find some peace - in the room there are no ads, no piped in music, no screens of any kind.
I think the story is by Ray Bradbury but I'm not 100% sure. It's not in any of my Bradbury collections.
If you know this story, please post the title and author - thank you!