I often see people at meetings, lunches, trains and restaurants looking down and screwing their otherwise normal eyes into weird angles while concentrating on their phone screens.
Looking down and looking intent achieves two purposes in public:
1) Look important : I am sorry, did I just miss something? That should be okay because I was catching up on something else and if the something trumps the s.else that I just missed, I am sure I will know when I am looking at the phone in the next meeting what?
2) Look busy: Thanks to modern technology, one has time-wasters at one’s tips. There is Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus and then there are the myriad apps for news and games. All of these allow people to zone out from their current surroundings.
As if this were not enough Samsung is looking to introduce transparent flexible 3D screens. We can look straight at people, and give them the illusion of listening to them, while the TV screen flashes in front of you. I wonder how old couples’ quarrels would like when this becomes commonplace.
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As usual love your illustration! Hee Hee Hee indeed.
Thanks Anu 🙂
Hahaha! And guess what would happen to teachers and students in class?
I never thought of that! Wow – that would be wonderful. Imagine all those afternoon classes in College!
And , she is watching Tom & Jerry!!! Why not Harry Potter?? 🙂
Good question Shoba. Ukkuli dum dum is watching Tom & Jerry these days ( and so are we!)
hahaha, i do that quite often (no 2. – look busy) especially when i am waiting for someone and the entire world is watching me.
loved this post, and the image is supercool. do you create these cartoons?
btw, i read your latest post but haven’t quite understood that (actually i am quite dumb even though i pretend to be smart).
Hi Debajyoti – yes, I do draw most of them myself. The better looking ones are drawn by the children though.