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Are smart phones becoming a necessity in todays society I read the article Apps-olutely Live which was written by John McMahon John McMahon wrote about the usage of smartphones in todays society and how he tells his daughter about back in the day like all parents do I think this was a well written and interesting article that gave his viewpoint of the issue of smart phones Smart phones are becoming a necessity because of all the needs to be in touch with one another and be in the loop on all the gossip or for adults because they need to get to a companies website fastMr McMahon is talking to his daughter about how when he was younger they only had phones that had a chord attached to it but he wasnt that old that it was the rotary kind of phones He remembers his sisters crouching down by the phone so their snoopy little brother cant eavesdrop on their latest gossip He told his daughter about the life he had before voicemail and cell phones when he would have to ride his bike around to find a person instead of shooting them a text and asking where they are He said that she laughed like all teens do when parents are telling stories about their past He wrote about how she would throw a fit when he would take her phone away But he also understood how it was though because he is attached to his phone too He even said that he couldnt judge her for making a scene about it because if someone stole his iPhone or iPad he would probably cryMr McMahon says his phone is always with him too and that people act like their smart phones are a sixth appendage People act like they can never let them go or they may just die He also talks about how his company that he works at has a mobile
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