While I can disdainfully judge the texting driver, attention science shows how I might be doing the same thing without even realizing it.
Jordan Gray says that your cell phone doesn’t have to take away from your relationship. In fact, it can be the best side kick you have for making it thrive.
Matthew Rozsa discusses the three pet peeves that bug him the most. Someone has to do it, right?
An interview with Scott Totzke, former VP Security at Blackberry.
A young comedian struggled with the 20th century custom of asking women for their phone numbers. Here’s his 21st century solution.
Uzi Peretz decided to make some changes after realizing he had an unhealthy attachment to his cell phone.
A boyfriend disclosing personal encounters, disciplining someone’s child over a cell phone, and unprofessional prevalence of flip-flops.
Cell phones are boring. They are all rectangles, with touch screens. Every phone is the same. Think outside the box, phone companies.
Josh Bowman gives some tips for all you gym rats. Etiquette, people. Etiquette.
Do you feel like you have to be “plugged in” at all times?
Tom Fiffer longs to hear the ping of a new text message or email: the one that would let him know his father got his message and is replying.
How would one conduct blackmail in the digital age, in which the idea of an ‘original copy’ is meaningless? Carl Pettit considers this theoretical dilemma.