funny poem about cellphones

BBC news – March 31, 2017

A sharp rise in US pedestrian deaths has been partly blamed on people using their smartphones while driving or crossing the road. The US Governors Highway Safety Association estimates that there were 6,000 pedestrian deaths in 2016, the highest number in more than 20 years.

Smartphone usage that was not so smart.
(A life lesson we all should take to heart.)


The Wall Street Journal – November 30, 2016

You capture some amazing things when you take the camera out of your hands and put it on your face. You also Captire some annoyed people who’d like to punch you in the face.

There is fascination with new digital tricks.
But, do we really need MORE PICS?


Forbes – Nobember 13, 2016

In total, more than 412 million user records were stolen. Apart from the staggering volume of victims and the sensitive nature of the activity going on at AdultFriendFinder, there’s another troubling detail about this hack. Much of the user data was stored

A massive hack with “data darts,”
Disclosure of users private parts.


The Wall Street Journal – November 14, 2016

Those smudges on your cellphone reveal intimate details about your lifestyle, a new study says, potentially offering a new tool for criminal profiling, airport screening, clinical trials and

Your touch screen touches may linger,
And remain to “give you the finger.”


The New York Times – October 22, 2016

The advantage of putting every device on the internet is obvious. It means your refrigerator can order you milk when you are running low, and the printer on your home network can tell a retailer that you need more ink…That is where the internet of things comes in. Most of the devices have been hooked up to the web over the past few years with little concern for security.

Passive appliances now turned “traitor,”
As you’re hacked by your clunky refrigerator.