In January, British actor Eddie Redmayne made headlines around the world as he became the latest in a growing band of smartphone refuseniks.
“It was a reaction against being glued permanently to my iPhone during waking hours,” he explained, turning instead to an old-fashioned “dumb phone” handset that could only make and take calls.
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A number of months ago, the Economist published an article about Haredi rabbis limiting use of appllications on smartphones. Little did they know that they would be trendsetters.
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Today a question was posed at TripAdvisor, "Any advice? We are going to be in Oxford England and were going to take the train to paris for 5 nights but are being told it's not safe these days."
It is ironic that the person posing the question is concerned about safety in Paris when he should be more concerned about safety in England as a building collapse at a power station in Oxfordshire resulted in at least one fatality a number of hours ago.
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