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January 04, 2007


John Barton

I have had the question of texting vs. calling asked of me. My answer is one of convenience. With texting it allows both people to ask and respond at their leisure and convenience. It allows the sender to convey as much urgency or be as casual as they want to be. And texting is not unlike telepathy in that it is a silent form of private communication.

A phone conversation requires immediate attention. A story that has always stuck with me involved an old man and his grandson. When the grandfather did not attempt to answer a ringing phone the boy asked why and the old man replied, "son, I put that phone in for my convenience".


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