Texting for Secrecy

Texting for Secrecy
Innovation

An article in the Washington Post comments on American Youths increasing reliance on text messaging. Nothing new here. However, their 'experts' had an interesting rationale for why the new form...

Jeff Squires
  • 22 may 2007


An article in the Washington Post comments on American Youths increasing reliance on text messaging.  Nothing new here.  However, their ‘experts’ had an interesting rationale for why the new form of communication is taking off – secrecy. 

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