People today use their cell-phones way too much. They are busy all the time. You see their mouths move animatedly while they are driving. They don’t stop at pedestrian-crossings; they go in the wrong direction on one-way streets. In the office tuck-shop workers satiate their eyes with someone else’s lunch on Instagram. Across the table, the university professor’s Samsung Galaxy vibrates through her discourse on Classical Poetry. The brick-layer drops a dollop of hot cement on a new message. Lovers check their iPhones straight after climaxing. Even gloves are now designed to be screen-friendly; wallets and watches have become obsolete. We are so very obsessed with our devices; they follow us wherever we go, like our breathing. Everybody is well-connected, but feels terribly lonely.