The New York Times has an article looking at the social implications of technology in the home. Specifically, the problems a spouse can face when their loved one is working in bed.
The only piece of technology in our bedroom is a television, that is almost never watched for more than 30 minutes, before we fall asleep, or engage in other activities 🙂 Oh yes, and my mobile phone is always next to me, sound on. It has to be, for work.
I really can’t imagine us both sitting straight up in bed, with laptops on our laps. That would just be too funny. For one, we don’t have laptops. And two, it’s bad as it is with two desktop computers next to each other in the living room. Let’s try to keep the bedroom sacred. For now.
>> Read the article @ The New York Times (free reg. required)