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From The New York Times: [http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/16/jobs/16pre.html PREOCCUPATIONS: Sending a Message That You Don’t Care] If you send text messages during meetings, are you really multitasking? Or just being rude?
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===Definition===
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Social punctuation is idea that as technology seeps between the interactions and moments between people and places and actions, traditional social interchange becomes fragmented as a result of the effect of [[simultaneous time]] upon individual connectivity. Usually exemplified by turning to a communication device when in the middle of another social exchange.  
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Latest revision as of 11:59, 17 December 2011

Definition

Social punctuation is idea that as technology seeps between the interactions and moments between people and places and actions, traditional social interchange becomes fragmented as a result of the effect of simultaneous time upon individual connectivity. Usually exemplified by turning to a communication device when in the middle of another social exchange.

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