We offer a simple proposal: treat trains and subway platforms as you would an elevator.
On Conan last night, C.K. intelligently and empathetically discusses why he doesn't want his kids to have smartphones. But his explanation was much more than that.
Smartphones, they don't love you like I love you.
People, your tablets are taking up too much room on nightstands.
A few NYPD officers documented their feelings towards the civil liberties organization in this classic video.
Your favorite iToy is très traif, according to some ultra-Orthodox rabbis. But they've got kosher phones for you!
That mythical smartphone-powered future of cabbing in which you won't even have to raise your arm to get a taxi ride is going to take a bit longer to become reality.
If a few companies get their way you could soon be legitimately hailing cabs with a smartphone—who cares if that could create a "two-tiered taxi system" for the smartphone-haves and the smartphone-have nots.
Thankfully, the posture of "don't we have more important things to worry about?" is shared by many people.
Besides fame and glory, the two Popular Choice winners will receive $2,000 and $1,000 respectively, along with a bunch of MTA swag.
crackberry by sally henny penny on Flickr. Smartphones can annoy—that's the
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