[Air-L] In the morning, go online
McLaughlin, Lisa M. Dr.
mclauglm at muohio.edu
Tue Aug 11 16:29:52 PDT 2009
Anyone who's ever had a dog (or three, as in my case) can put the lie to this article's conclusion. They (very much like infants and toddlers) aren't keen to wait for people to go online before the dependent is ready to begin her/his day. I expect that there are those who breast feed or diaper on the left while using the right hand for laptop activities such as checking email, but no one (who is normal) wants to try that with a 95 pound bloodhound hanging on one's arm...
Why can't the NYT feature a story about going online without hyping it (or seriously considering the "digital divide"--not between hounds and people but between people and people)?
On 8/11/09 6:49 PM, "Samuel Klein" <meta.sj at gmail.com> wrote:
Wash up, [connect,] change, eat, [browse, correspond, plan,] pack,
[toggle away,] leave the house. Work online in brackets.
On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 3:47 PM, Yosem Companys<companys at stanford.edu> wrote:
> What do you do first when you wake up in the morning? Brush your teeth?
> Have breakfast? The New York Times says go online:
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