Monday, September 29, 2008

Drilling Down - Letting Our Fingers Do the Talking - NYTimes.com

See the full article for more on the texting tipping point

In the fourth quarter of 2007, American cellphone subscribers for the first time sent text messages more than they phoned, according to Nielsen Mobile. Since then, the average subscriber’s volume of text messages has shot upward by 64 percent, while the average number of calls has dropped slightly.

Drilling Down - Letting Our Fingers Do the Talking - NYTimes.com

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