Have Mobile Phones Stripped Away Our Emotion?
I love texting. In fact, I would much rather text than make a phone call. Now with my iPhone I can send messages a dozen different ways without ever talking on the phone, and that's the problem: mobile phones have stripped away the emotion and context of our social interaction.
Are Cell Phones in Classrooms The Future?
On the heels of Terry asking whether or not a teen should be allowed to own a smartphone, we got to talking about it on The Morning Show.
Then, a teacher called -- and I have to admit, I was a little more than surprised when she said that not only should students be allowed to have smartphones, but w…
Should Teens Have Smartphones? [Poll]
My 12 year old step-son thinks he needs an iPhone. I think he's out of his mind, and quite frankly it's out of the question. It's a matter of cost for my family, but first and foremost I simply don't think teens should have smartphones.