They’d been emailing and calling for years. Now, though, texting, tweeting, posting and FaceTiming were the preferred modes of communication.
They were efficient, but something was lost. People forgot the feel of shaking hands and embracing. They walked along wooded trails on cell phones, detached from the quiet beauty around them. They no longer saw the unique expression of a face or heard the true tone of a voice.
People were no longer social, but their media were.