funny poem about cellphones

The Wall Street Journal – October 7–8 2017

Our devices have an unprecedented grip on our attention – and research suggests that as we grow more dependent on them, our intellects weaken.

If we “outplace” our thinking, it’s not surprising,

That our brains really miss exercising.

 

 

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The Wall Street Journal – August 21, 2017

At least for the short term, smiling at your phone every morning will be far safer than punching in the same password over and over.

Passwords will be gone without a trace,

When everything “is in your face.

 

 

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The Wall Steet Journal August 15, 2017

Of course, it’s nice to keep up with my friends and family members are doing. But, a body of research shows that all these photos – and the implicit pressure to look at them – can harm relationships, causing envy, ” resentment and even depression.

Think before you share.

DO THEY REALLY CARE?

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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.)

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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?

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