It's not just you...texting is a lousy way to communicate - here's why we still do it

It's not just you...texting is a lousy way to communicate - here's why we still do it
The average American picks up their phone 96 times a day. Most texts are read within ten minutes of receiving them but only 47% are responded to. People under 50 now prefer texting to phone calls as a primary form of communication. So, not surprisingly, the sheer volume of electronic messages reached an all-time high but we have fewer friends. How did this communication method fail us?
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