It used to be a very special thing when someone remembered that it was our birthday, and now we expect to have our wall filled with Happy Birthdays from people that we may have lost touch with.
Our cell phones are always with us. We wake up with them, we go to sleep with them, and we might even take them into the shower with us
‘Fine’ or ‘It’s fine.’ It means the exact opposite.
Like a train headed off a cliff, we’re getting closer to this reality everyday. Right now, everything we could want or need is a click away. Bored? Netflix. Hungry? GrubHub. Horny? Redtube.
I have often heard that New York can and will either make or break you.
Who knows maybe there will be a chapter called, “How The Kardashians Broke The Internet.” Let your imagination wander.
Voice mail: why are we still doing this? You can bet your sweet ass I’m not listening to it. In fact, I almost don’t even want to call you back.
I can expect a “goodnight” text 90% of the time, and there is a 50/50 chance that I receive an “I am alive and safe” text after a night of him bar crawling with his buddies. He is king at skating by with the bare minimal text communication.
If you have been thinking, “I want to sell my iPhone to upgrade to the latest version”, you are in luck.
It’s not helping as much as you think it is — and it’s damaging things more than you realize.