Tuesday, August 11, 2009
This top story in yesterday's ABA Journal online describes the cultural change taking place as family members start the day on their separate computers in separate rooms. It also notes the frustration of coffehouse owners (a/k/a free wifi providers) who see their tables tied up for hours while users surf the web on a single dose of java.
"Hey, honey," I yell to my husband in the next room, who has already read the news and weather this morning on his computer, "you ought to come take a look at this." At least we are not fighting over who gets to read which section of the newspaper first.