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Windows 7: Using smartphones during sex and in the shower beyond BYOD

15 Jul 2013   #1

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
Using smartphones during sex and in the shower beyond BYOD

There are many places where smartphone use is appropriate and there are those where it is not. And there are a few gray areas too. It's all too common these days to see people at concerts using cell phones to take pictures or to video their favorite bands. I've seen cell phone use during movies, during church, during children's events, during mealtime, and while driving. I almost hate smartphones because of their abuse but when I read a story from Mashable titled, "1 in 10 Americans Use Smartphones During Sex*," I think it's time to setup some rules and draw some boundaries. The survey results conjure a whole new meaning of "bring your own device."

I thought I'd seen and heard it all when it came to cell phone use but I guess that I'm wrong. It seems that people have no manners, boundaries, or sense of self regarding cell phone use.
Read more at: Using smartphones during sex and in the shower beyond BYOD | ZDNet
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16 Jul 2013   #2

Windows 8 - 64-bit

Seems to me... Manners have completely gone out the window... where were parents when they should have been
teaching their little ones what good manners are ?
Children learn what they see or hear !!!.
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