When the dust of my day is settled and I don’t need to worry about any pertinent information coming in, or if I’m enjoying a day off, I’d much rather prefer to talk on the phone.
If you genuinely are the uncomfortable with social interaction that you’re using your phone as a buffer so as to avoid it, then you might need to re-evaluate your choices.
I love you, save me, fix me, fix my phone, I didn’t mean that, please love me, my fate rests in your hands.
As smart phones are meant to help connect us to people from all over town and all over the world, I think it’s ironic that they also help us disconnect from people close to us.
That one time you made out with it. It was weird, but it happened.
If a person texts you back quicker than you could save 15% or more on car insurance, they hold you in pretty high regards.
Mindless Instagram scrolling or virtual Scrabble usually accompanies any minor break in my day instead of “me time” for things like yoga or finding God. I’m an addict.
It has become the norm in this day and age to blame all of our problems on technology.
In the four years it took to create the phone, Bezos said the company asked itself only one question: “Can we build a better phone for our most engaged customers?”
“He keeps pictures of me in his phone. That should be enough.” -1/20/13