Dec 10, 2012
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But while I have relegated my phone to this, and trained others to this fact, I inadvertently created a high pass filter that only gated through those which had something to tell me of import. Namely my family and friends. I know people won’t try to call me as a matter of practice because I rarely pick up or return phone calls. I email them back instead, or text. Over time this means that when I’m called it’s for a serious purpose.
On Phones and Death | Inside the Moral Kiosk by Ethan Kaplan
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