DTNS 2736 – Texting in the theatre is good

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comAMC theaters considers letting you text while in movies. Justin Young and Tom Merritt discuss why this could be a GOOD idea.


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One Response to “DTNS 2736 – Texting in the theatre is good”

  1. Kindle: When deciding on a e-reader for my son, I decided I wanted SINGLE USE device. My son does not distinguish between paper or his kindle and I believe it is important for kids to learn to read digitally. I also did not want my son to get distracted.Very soon, every book you ever read in your entire life will be on your kindle. A book a week, from the week you are born until you are a hundred years old is only about 5000 books.