NYT – “What if we didnâ€™t have cellphones or P.D.A.â€™s? We would still have duties and families and bosses, but they would not be at our heels, yipping at us constantly, barking at us to do this or that or worry about this or that. We would have some moat of time and space around ourselves. Not now.”
Family Man Librarian – “Not only does it save us money, it helps us to raise our kids in an environment where we donâ€™t have to worry about bad content continually popping up during a show we might be watching.”
Bits – “Who would have thought that the technological divide between teenagers, who love to send text messages, and their parents, some who are just learning how to do so on their cell phones, would have been such a hot topic in Sundayâ€™s paper?”
New York Times – “I TOOK a real day off this weekend: computers shut down, cellphone left in my work bag, land-line ringer off. I was fully disconnected for 24 hours.”
Kim Komando has a piece that may seem pretty obvious for tech savvy researchers, but not necessarily so for the non-techies.
Loose Cannon Librarian – “Libraries are fundamentally about people, information and connecting the two. The technology is secondary, but itâ€™s there and itâ€™s important.”