People in the world today must have a lot of free time on their hands, or else there wouldn’t be things to do like Twitter. I’ve never done Twittering but I imagine it’s kind of like texting only it has a trendier name hip urbanites prefer. Come to think about it, I’ve never texted either. People have tried to text me, but I could never figure out how to answer them, so I’d just punch the red button and they’d go away. Now Blackberrys on the other hand are pretty neat. I enjoy being able to use a phone, or read an email, but it was a year before I used the Blackberry they gave me here at work. I think I was worried I was going to turn into one of those mindless zombies that can’t walk three feet without fiddling with the damn thing. Of course, as stylish objects go, a Blackberry is pretty out of it these days. To be cool in late 2009, one has to have one of those communicating devices that doesn’t have any knobs or buttons on it. I have some friends who own those things and they are always cussing them out…. Read full this story
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