Categories Laughing At The World Urban Thinking The Dangerous Art Of Texting Post author By Things That Never Made It Into Print Post date December 20, 2014 No Comments on The Dangerous Art Of Texting Getting texts from people you don’t know! Do you know who you’re texting? Share this:LinkedInTwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Tags birthday greetings, chance, COMMUNICATION, gizmos, Happy Birthday!, mistaken identities, strangers, Technology, telephone numbers, texting, wrong numbers By Things That Never Made It Into Print Keep it simple ... Radical ... Writer, Artist, Dancer, Musician, Chicago Betty View Archive → ← Fiddling Around, Part II → “I Am NOT My Diagnosis!” 0 replies on “The Dangerous Art Of Texting” Reblogged this on Transcendence & the Singularity and commented: Your blog is AMAZING, Betty! Thumbs up. You should check out my other blog, Transcendence & the Singularity, where I reblogged this! Richard Cool! I will! Thanks, Richard. I’m having problems loading pages on WordPress today! I can’t get there right now. Im gonna quit the app and restart my phone. THAT should help! It worked! I can see it! Yay. ha ha ha – I do not text anybody and nobody texts me. I prefer not to wander sightless into the public plaza. Hahaha! Very smart of you! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.