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Bizking wrote:Imagine going on a hike then you are suddenly lost or went to another path away from your friends, you can simply call them to get to you or call the emergency hotline when you need to.
MichelleJ wrote:You make a good point there David. Cell phones or smart phones all have a place in the life we lead today but I still feel that there is no need to use them to excess. The younger generation (teenagers) seem to be joined to their smartphones by their thumbs. They no longer hold conversations verbally but "talk" to one another via Blackberry Messenger or any other instant messenger service that is available and that I find really scary as they are missing out on so much as far as connecting to other humans is concerned.
Jason Fonceca wrote:To me the more interesting thing was Leo Babauta, Time Magazine's 'super-blogger', encourages people to steal his content.
How awesome is that?
You don’t need permission to reprint any article on Zen Habits — this entire blog and all my work is uncopyrighted.
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