They’re everywhere. All around you. There is no escape.
They’re at home. They’re at work. They’re in the mall, the movie theater, the grocery store. They’re even at school. They never sleep. Never stop.
They . . . are our “personal electronic devices.”
We’ve only had hand-held mobile phones since 1983 (Motorola’s DynaTAC 8000X was the first), and what a change we have seen in human interaction ever since. The effects of this technology are far rea...