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  1. "Houston Restaurants Have a Hard Time Restricting Cell Phone Use" by Diane Cowen on chron.com
  2. This is a fascinating article in attempting to analyze why at least one restaurant was getting lots of complaints about customer service and other issues; Evidently extensive customer usage of mobile phones has completely changed the rhythms in dining. Very interesting. Article
  3. Last year, I made a promise to Matt that I would never text and drive again (I tweeted my thoughts here). The thought of him getting his license, and texting behind the wheel, scared me straight. And I will not betray my promise to him by doing it when he isn't around. But there are others who need to be scared straight more than I do: "Texting Driver Who Slammed Cyclist: 'I, Like, Just Don't Care'" by Andy Campbell on huffingtonpost.com While the article is fine, it's Logan Tittle's report (see the video on the link) that merits all accolades that can be heaped upon it.
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