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Nov 10, 2011


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Dana Ames

I have no idea why other Caucasian women don't use a smart phone - though both my daughters do. For me, it's because I want a phone that's basically a phone. I just want to make calls on it, and occasionally set it as an alarm clock when I'm traveling. I don't use Twitter or Facebook. I use my computer as my computer. I'm not a technophobe; those are simply my preferences.



And some realize that the smart phones tell the world about where you are, and when.

I think Dana has the best explanation.

Still, the Smartphone is relatively new, and it wold be interesting to see this study done 10 years from now.

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