Miracle ME

The Mobile Metamorphosis

The cell phone is no longer just a communication device – it’s our most personal computer. While its original benefit came from providing a basic channel of access to personal contacts, the addition of functionality in the form of apps and the mobile web have squeezed actual communication down to a much smaller percentage of our activity. Phones no longer merely connect us to people; as their available features grow more complex, customizable, and personal, they connect us to ourselves.

(via poptech)

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    So true!
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    I must concur.
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    And I thought the Walkman was impressive!
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