"One should not play with one's BlackBerry (or anything else) when billionaires who have helped elect you have traveled to your office to talk to you," Henry Stern, former head of New York City's parks department, wrote on a Yonkers Tribune blog."
So, not only can you wreck your car, you can also get sacked.
I'm a techie. I live by email and the 'Net. But there's one thing I've learned in nearly 30 years of geekdom; If it's truly important it's not going to be delivered via email, Twitter, Facebook or any other non-immediate form of communication. At least not yet.
The technology isn't advanced enough but, more importantly, the culture isn't ready either. When the teens of today grownup into the middle aged people of tomorrow their teens might, and I stress might be able to have and handle real time digital messaging.
I doubt it, though.
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