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(article, Culinate staff)
More texting in general means more texting during mealtime — and that goes for Twittering and emailing too. A New York Times article investigates this new phenomenon and reports two informal (but interesting) findings: First, the majority of adult dinner-time texters are men, although teenage girls win out in that age category. Second, some people don't think of texting at the table as bad manners. Others, however, disagree: bq. Texting anarchy, Emily Post’s great-granddaughter, Cindy Post Senning, calls it. “People are texting everywhere,” she said. What about at your house? Is texting at the table frowned upon — or just part of the menu?