NYT on tech terminology

Coming to Terms With a Wired Age, Part 2 – New York Times:

IT seems you can never have too many words to describe the loud, incessant use of cellphones. In my last column I played with new terminology for a wired (and wireless) age, and in the weeks since then my mailbox has been filled with your suggestions. Cellulitis, you say, or narcellism, or cellbotics.

As it relates to my glowscarf project, I especially like “Narcellism”…

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