So, is this just true for Verizon customers? Or, for all of us?
According to Verizon, 90% of us use our gadgets (smartphones, tablets) in the bathroom. (They produced a PDF with this and other “facts” ).
I get really tired of all these idiots who think they know science- and expound pure, unadulterated BS.
You gotta love creative people The ones who think of things like… converting your smart phone into a 3D scanner. Just like most folks have stopped carrying cameras, since their smart phone provides the pics they need, it looks like the same may soon occur for 3D scanning. Which will be pretty convenient if you see something you want to copy. (I warned you earlier that companies’ business model are about to be upended– with copying going on, like what happened with Napster.)
I’ve written about distracted driving a lot. Because too many folks try to escalate the practice of talking on the phone (hands-free) to a national calamity. When it is clear that talking on the phone is no different than talking to a compatriot in the same car or listening to talk radio, and certainly less of an issue than turning around to deal with one’s children in the car.
I’m all for safety. I’m all for logic. When someone purports a safety rule that flies in the face of logic and DATA- then I say “WTF?” That’s today’s (14 Dec 11) response.