Keep Your Thumbs Still David Carr

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David Carr’s essay reflects very well on the title of his essay, “Keep Your Thumbs Still When I am talking to you”. Carr gives examples that relate to personal examples of how people today are constantly on their phones. By people always being on their phones it has become an act or rudeness towards other people from whom you were speaking to. Instead of keeping your elbows off of the table we will now be told to keep our thumbs still. In addition, similar to my experience at Professor Ataman’s lecture, David Carr discusses his experience at the South by Southwest Interactive Conference, at the conference he found that all the people had some sort of device with a screen that their eyes were attached too. According to Carr’s belief, we find

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