Saturday, July 18, 2009

Driven to Distraction (i.e., Distinction)

Holy mother of mackerels!

I tried this interactive texting-while-driving video game at The New York Times website and almost jumped out my second-floor window it was so frustrating:

I don't know if the game will work for you if you're not registered with (easy to do), but let me tell you. It's great to be old. Meaning: texting and driving is not on my radar screen, or in my toolkit, or part of my skill set. Not anytime soon.



JR's Thumbprints said...

Texting should only be done if the screen is in your rearview mirror.

Pawlie Kokonuts said...

Or if it's voice-activated. Or telepathic-activated. Wait. Then we wouldn't have to text.