Just about everyone I know has stopped to consider how technology has changed our professional and private lives. But besides the newfound dependency on having our favorite gadget right on our desk (better still, on our hip), it seems that our behavior as Homo sapiens and social animals is also taking a beating. 

Anthropological behavior can be misread -- remember the first time you mistook someone chatting on a Bluetooth headphone for a gesticulating lunatic? It's also hard to relate to the person intently messaging "where u at?" while driving headlong into a car wreck.

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