"Roughly 21 million adult Americans don't own a cellphone--and they're getting by just fine, thank you."
A parishioner sent me this great article from the Wall Street Journal, reflecting on the author's 40 years of life so far without a cellphone. (In the print edition, it was called, "We Are the Nine Percent.") Except for the references to "my wife," I could have easily written it myself. Now that the guy is about to get a cellphone of his own, I feel like I should order him one of these: