Texting to save lives

Katie Hinderer | 25 January 2010
We read and hear enough about the disastrous effect of text messaging. Of course there are those that text and drive (I’ll admit to being guilty of this). There are those that text during class and at the dinner table. And let’s not forget the astronomical cell phone bill everyone gets hit with at least once thanks to prolific texts by yourself or your children.
about this blog | Bookmark and Share

Search this blog

 Subscribe to Tiger Print newsletter
rss Subscribe to Tiger Print RSS feed

 Recent Posts
Words that still matter
18 Feb 2013
No time for Valentine’s blues
17 Feb 2013
New Adult books and the message of love
1 Feb 2013
Rise of the online bully
13 Jan 2013
What’s your word for 2013?
11 Jan 2013

 MercatorNet blogs
Population issues: Demography is Destiny
Family social policy: Family Edge
US political scene: Sheila Liaugminas
News about bioethics: BioEdge
From the editors: Conniptions

Feb 2013 | Jan 2013 | Dec 2012 | more >>

Harry Potter, modest, trend, google+, videos, service, phone, premarital sex, Freedom of speech, twitter, communications media, Fifty Shades of Grey, protest, gratitude, lessons, feminism, awards, presidential election campaign, brother, dress, distance education, women, sexual education, research, culture, Washington rally, wardrobe purge, budget, job, friendship, new years, TV shows, cohabitation, feminine, Grammys, Tiger Print, texting, homosexual marriage, corporate attire, size, earrings, elections, family, Lady Gaga, color, teens, trailer, ignorance, television, Digital communications, how-to, sexual behaviour, job search, underpriveleged, parenting, privacy, fashion, wedding, posture, reality TV, thrift store, pornography, media bias, employment, lying, social networking, insurance, cheating, commercials, loans, teaching, sexual abuse, university, social network, modesty, cheerleaders, Komen foundation, networking, voters, ethics, religion, pro-life, celebrity culture, shopping, marriage, human dignity, millenial, daughters, friends, graduates, marketing, running, humor, fashion week, profanity, mac, maturity, media, celebrity self-destruction, drugs,
Follow MercatorNet
subscribe to newsletter
Sections and Blogs
Family Edge
Sheila Reports
Reading Matters
Demography Is Destiny
Conniptions (the editorial)
contact us
our ideals
our People
Mercator who?
partner sites
audited accounts
advice for writers
New Media Foundation
Suite 12A, Level 2
5 George Street
North Strathfield NSW 2137

+61 2 8005 8605
skype: mercatornet
© New Media Foundation 2015 | powered by Encyclomedia | designed by Elleston