In part one, we looked at the buggers who are tearing instagram a new one over their launch of carefully curated advertising. In part two we will look at the more lighthearted end of the matter- witchcraft.
Now, when Drew proclaimed the iPhone to, indeed, be witchcraft we all died laughing... but then we realized, he has a completely valid point.
We now spend countless hours on a little devise (roughly 35 hours per week of non-talk time) that knows all about us (my phone tells me every morning how long it would take me to get to 582 Mateo st.... aka Handsome Coffee), it pulls information from space at the tap of a finger (google is my best friend), and can, literally change your life in the blink of an eye. IT IS MAGIC! If Harry Potter were real, I would like to believe there would be a wand app, making the device truly multi-functional... This hasn't happened yet, but a girl can dream can't she!?
You are now able to be in contact with 91% of the adult population in the great expanse of the United States at any time, via cellular connected phone devices. 56% of those users can be contacted through email, text, snap chat, vine, instagram, twitter, or yes, phone call via their extra intelligent (smart) phone.
I am not sure Dr.Seuss could have anticipated the world wide webs rabbit trails when he wrote 'Oh the Thinks you can Think'. Now we think, google, bunny trail, looking up from our screens a half hour later realizing our feet have gone numb because we got distracted on the toilet again (don't deny it, you have been there too). The things I can think are now boundlessly at my finger tips...witchcraft.
Are their dark forces at play? Is cooperate America secretly studying all of our actions on these devices!?...probably... Will that stop us from using them?...probably not...
My wand...I mean phone... has been acting a little screwy, perhaps it is time for an upgrade (I hear the latest model houses unicorn hair). Happy wizarding everyone .