Can We Talk?

, The Legal Intelligencer

Have you ever looked around a restaurant and seen couples and families, each holding their own hand-held? Instead of focusing on the ones they're with, they're online, "liking" the restaurant, Tweeting about their clutch parking spot, blogging about the blue cheese dressing and "talking" to others. Talking is more than transmitting words and emoticons — do not even get me started on emoticons, let alone all that bad spelling, endless abbreviations and the complete abandonment of punctuation as we know it.

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