I wonder if we've reached the point where mobile connectivity has crossed a line from useful and trendy to the ridiculous.
Is there a reason why a classic game like Clue can't be played without having to text message throughout the game?
It must be a generational thing because if I was lost in a storm drain with my cell phone, updating my Facebook status would not be my first call.
And can I just say that whenever our adoption is complete and our Plus One is growing up, you're not going to find me text messaging her when it's time to wake up in the morning.
I'm a technophile, there's no doubt about it, and while I find texting useful and Facebook a diversion, I do have to draw the line somewhere.