Don't Text and Drive


Remember the days when we used phones
that were physically attached to our walls? I
can even recall when my aunt and uncle had
a rotary phone. For you young ones reading
this article, a rotary phone required you to put your
finger in a dial and turn it, and depending on which
number you desired, the phone then clicked off the
corresponding digit. In the early 1990s I became hi-tech
and acquired my first cell phone, a bag-phone. Then
in 1994, I stepped it up a notch and began using a flip
phone. This phone in particular was unique because it
wasn’t attached to your vehicle and resembled the Star
Trek communicator. Although the service wasn’t always
reliable, it was at this time that our mobile world began
to change dramatically. for more...