Arianna Huffington, co-founder of the Huffington Post, tells a Senate Subcommittee:
“There is something in our collective DNA that makes us want to sip our coffee, turn a page, look up from a story, say, ‘Can you believe this?’, and pass the paper across the table.”
“Sure, you could hand them your BlackBerry or laptop…but the instinct is different. And who wants to get butter or marmalade on your new MacBook Pro?”
Reminds me when I told an interviewer ten years ago that you couldn't bring your computer with you into the bathroom to read.
Maybe that's true for folks in our generation, but not for our kids.
They'll be sharing their new large-size Kindle across the breakfast table.