Tuesday, April 13, 2004

I tend to lose my cell phone every seven weeks. It's good to know this means I hate myself:

"People become irrational when it comes to their cellphones," said James Rosenfield, a California-based expert on human relationships with technology. "Because phones now hold so much information, people think, 'My cellphone is part of my identity. I can't let go of that.'"

[Why Owners Put Lives On Line--Bridget Harrison, New York Post.]