Over at GeekWire today,  talks about how she bravely left behind her smart phone on her summer vacation. It’s well worth a read.

One of her sentences, referring to her interactions with her husband, made me laugh out loud:

It’s not reasonable to tweet while he’s asking me a question (“Sorry, what?”) or to make my phone an honorary utensil on foodie nights out.

This image popped into my head instantly of the smart phone that’s never more than an arm’s reach away. So, I decided to illustrate it. Crudely.





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