Categories Uncategorized For Teens, Has Texting Replaced Talking? – The Juggle – WSJ Post author By Andrew Smith Post date September 4, 2009 1 Comment on For Teens, Has Texting Replaced Talking? – The Juggle – WSJ via blogs.wsj.com “My son had racked up nearly 2,000 incoming text messages, and had sent nearly as many. That means he was having more than 60 two-way communications via text message every day.” Sue Shellenbarger Posted via web from Andrew’s posterous ← The Top 100 UK tech folk to follow on Twitter: Pocket-lint → How to Give a Lousy Presentation: BusinessWeek One reply on “For Teens, Has Texting Replaced Talking? – The Juggle – WSJ” Texting is getting out of control. What happed to just picking up the telephone, making plans or chatting, and then getting on with your life. Nowadays, everything revolves around the almighty cell phone Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.