Monday, October 20, 2008
Posted by Ed Hansberry in "Pocket PC Talk" @ 05:00 AM
"Text messaging is something that just about everyone is doing these days. I have spoken with many friends who admit that texting has become their primary means of communicating with their kids when they are out with friends. I can't estimate how many times I have been sitting in my house and watched at least two family members sitting texting on their phone. It's more commonplace than out of place these days."
jkOnTheRun has some interesting insights to how text messaging has become an important method of communication for the deaf. I hadn't really thought about it before, but SMS seems to be almost tailor made for the deaf as a means of remote communication. Do you know anyone that is deaf that relies heavily on SMS?