The desire to go through your partner’s phone isn’t all negative.
A girl using her phone to record a song she was playing from inside her guitar is interrupted by her little brother. He deftly recovers her device and saves it from an untimely death.
We all have the same 24 hours everyday. Prioritizing helps make each hour count.
Are you master or slave when it comes to modern technology? Steven Lake explores the slippery slope of disconnection when always connected.
Sam Pittman considers the relationship between poetry and more prosaic forms of communication in this father-son poem.
A reminder about actions we probably already know are not our best form.
What begins as a simple nostalgic conversation turns into a much deeper emotional reconnection in RG Evans’s poem of male friendship.
A sunbathing nude neighbor, a friend snooping through pictures, and a daughter meeting her mother’s new boyfriend.
Zach Stafford wants to remind you that the internet is like a phone, but with a speaker. That sext you send may live forever…and prompt others to take action.
A sedentary son, a boyfriend planning an unpleasant vacation, and girlfriend who hangs up.
#32: This story is about a penthouse.
Find out what was happening on any block in 1993.
Chris Edwards just coined the phrase “tele-cutting”. And he doesn’t like it in the least.
This is a comment by Black and Blue Man on the post “Open Thread: What Have You Bounced Back From?”
Justin Timothy, k-dawg, and br talk about breakups.
The modern man is beset on all sides by challenges logistical and psychological. Here’s a possible solution.