If you don’t respond in a timely fashion, people will actually start to think something’s wrong and reach out to you AGAIN, adding to the intimidating backlog of messages lingering in the never-ending digital hellhole that is your smartphone.
Are you a teenage virgin who spends his days playing video games in his mother’s basement, whining on reddit forums about how feminism has made it impossible for you to get a date and affirmative action has made it impossible for you to get a job?
“When you speak to someone, open your eyes and really look at them. Don’t bury your face or fingers into your phone but hold your head high, shoulders back, and open yourself and your mind up to learning about the lives of others.”
We should not feel handicapped without our phones, we should be relieved. In this culture which prioritizes the virtual world more than anything else, be relieved that we can cherish special moments happening each day, relieved we can be present to the moment.
There are so many new innovative travel applications emerging on the App Store, it makes globe-trotting in this era a breeze.
iOS upgrades are the spawn of the devil, and you usually ignore them for a month until your phone finally tricks you into clicking “Install” when you’re half-asleep or drunk.
Snapchat? Instagram? You have been constantly asked why you don’t have one.
There is no better way to make a potential mate interested than to make yourself unavailable.
Let me set the scene. My boyfriend and I are living in Australia in a beautiful apartment on the beach.
Once you sell your cell phone, instead of spending top dollar on a brand new one, why not consider upgrading, but to a newer model of a used cell phone? This is a great way to get a good deal on a newer phone than what you had.