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Smartphone Addiction Takes Hold Over Americans
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6/22/2012 | 11:34:31 AM
re: Smartphone Addiction Takes Hold Over Americans
Not surprising, really, it has become not only our interface to the rest of the world, but it has become our wallet, and external storage for the darker recesses of our souls. You know what I'm talking about, That dirty book you bought off Amazon.com on a whim? That email making fun of the new guy at work? All the things that make us, "US" get represented and blended together into our phones to the point where it becomes a pretty fair representation of us.

And do we REALLY want the rest of the world (or even a part of it) knowing THAT much about us?


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