Catchy opening lines for dating sites
” when you see that beautiful girl carrying an i Phone, you can just bump into her and say “Oh, hey, look at that, I got your number, we might as well make this work.” My personal favorite widget was created by Jordan Palmer (no, not Carson Palmer, his brother).
It’s called Run and Pee, a comprehensive list of convenient times to visit the bathroom while watching a movie at the theatre.
For example, the new Apple “bump widget,” which allows you to physically bump your i Phone against another i Phone and exchange contact information.
Tranquility, apparently, has lost its stock value, while looking like Ari Gold from Entourage and keeping extremely busy has broken the glass ceiling of coolness.
Today’s post is about the gadget that has wormed its way into the life of over 80% of American’s lives, and explores what it’s like to live in a world where quiet, un-connected moments are few and far between, increasingly replaced by the twitter of texts and cell phone chatter.
Guest poster SCU student Chris Kelly explores this everpresent issue in his article It’s annoying, but I find myself doing it.
A time when you might have sat for a moment in silence, read a book without interruption, or chatted with someone nearby, instead of constantly grabbing for your phone to send a text or check e-mail?
It’s hard to imagine, but just give it a try: can you remember life before you had a device with you, at all times, everywhere you go?
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I cannot imagine that the Blackberry is very far behind, and I can guarantee that Santa Clara University represents a couple thousand of those in active use and another couple hundred that are now broken from using them incidentally as coasters, bottle openers and napkins.