By Jeff Deminski It's very trendy these days to compare the use of a hand held cell phone while driving to being drunk behind the wheel. A flawed study or two and everyone seems to grab it and run with it like a football after the whistle has blown.
Cell phones have morphed from simple forms of communication into personal handheld computers over the years. People can take their entire life with them anywhere they want now. That includes on public transportation, at restaurants, and in supermarkets.
According to a new survey, many people in America feel cellphone use is inappropriate in social settings like meetings or the classroom. However, the younger generation seems to be more tolerant of the practice.