Thursday, July 10, 2014
A good friend of ours, Kathy Pezdek, penned a column 10 years ago ("Wish you were here ... not here on your cellphone") that seems even more relevant today. Most cellphones today do a lot more than make phone calls—they offer the temptation of being in constant contact with a universe of friends and acquaintances, of being tied into just about anything going on all around the world. The problem, of course, is that checking in with what's going on everywhere else takes us out of the here-and-now, and that's a real shame.
Posted by Scott Grannis at 12:34 PM