A friend told me recently how dismayed he was with his daughter, who thought it was okay to send text messages on her cell phone during a funeral ceremony. It wasn't an isolated incident, he explained. She often types away on her phone during inappropriate situations. My friend's teenage daughter is hardly alone. Texting (Twittering, emailing) has become such a normal part of life, particularly for younger generations, that laws are being passed around the country to prevent drivers from ...

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