I resisted getting a cell phone until I absolutely needed one for travel. If we held an experiment for 1 week ,how many could forgo their cellphones?
By Athima Chansanchai
I lost my cellphone for about 10 hours the other day. I freaked out. And not just because I forgot to put a passcode on it. But because, I, like an overwhelming majority of Americans, have developed quite an attachment to my digital appendage.
A recent survey by the Pew Internet & American Life Project shows cellphones are an essential part of 83 percent of Americans' lives, used to retrieve information immediately, to relieve boredom or to help in emergencies.
by Paul Swendson5 years ago
Why do you think that Americans score so poorly in comparison with other nations on global geography tests? I tend to think that it is a reflection of a lack of interest in the outside world.
by Sushmita21 months ago
I was checking out this Hub on Whoopi Goldberg and 'The View' and came upon Whoopi and Baver walking out of the show, on the remark of Bill O'Reilly that 'Muslims killed us on 9/11'. I then went looking and found...
by Susan Reid5 years ago
So I was following the link to another hotair.com post by LaLo and thought I would check out this Ed Morrissey guy. Lots of fun stuff, but this one caught my eye.Especially with so many people jumping on the...
by Alan15 hours ago
Is it possible for you to "believe in" god, even though you know that god does not actually exist, except in your mind?
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