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Living in a digital world: Proper cellphone etiquette

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According to the Emily Post Institute, “We can all be more cognizant of how we use our mobile technology and how our usage may impact others around us — at home, on the road, in the office and whenever we are in public.” 

The truth is, I have a lot of disdain for cell phones.

Do you ever sit in your car at a traffic light, see the person in the car behind you on the phone and hope that they pay attention and stop?

Do you ever get stuck behind a car going 50 mph on the interstate because the driver is busy on the phone?

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