I don’t know about you, but I hate text messages. And now that I have the iPhone, I hate text messages even more. My iPhone has given me an excellent excuse to not write a text message. I use it just for keeping in touch with my friends, but it is so nice to be able to not have to write a text message. I’ve also gotten really use to getting an email when I need it.
Many people say that they dislike sending texts. I think this is because they feel guilty about writing a message on a piece of paper and then showing it to someone and having them see it. But I think texting is good for two reasons.
First, texting makes sending a message more efficient than sending a message to someone by e-mail. If you send an email to someone, you have to open up the email, copy and paste it into the message, wait for the person to read it, and then send it. If you send a text message you don’t have to do any of these things.
Its a simple fact that texting makes it much easier to send a message than an email. And this is true for any number of reasons, not the least of which being that texting allows you to send a message from a phone with just one button press. That is, you can text a message if you have an iPhone, or any Android phone with a built-in messaging app.
This is an important point. This message is not just meant to be used to send emails, or to post on Facebook. It is meant to be read by a person who is not looking at it. A person who is looking and reading it is not using that device.
The first time that I read it was with my wife, and she said, “I’m not sure if to ignore it or to read it.” And we decided to ignore it. Now we both use our phones for text and phone calls.
Why would we want to remove text messages? Because they are a form of communication that are meant to be read. In order to be read, they need to be on the device that is reading them. So if a message is meant to be read on a phone, then it is not really a message that should be deleted. It is a form of communication that is meant to be read by a person who has not yet discovered that the message is meant to be read.
It’s like the difference between sending a text message to somebody or sending an email to somebody. In both cases, the message is meant to be read by the recipient. Delete it and it’s not really a message that anyone should be reading.
This is why you should always cross out all of the text that you can see on a phone, because if it’s meant as a form of communication then it should not be deleted. It should be read by a person who has not yet discovered that the message is meant to be read.
You should cross out all text that you can see on an iPhone because it means that the person who receives a text message has not yet discovered that the text is meant to be read. This is good because it means that they will be less likely to read the message. Most text messages are actually meant to be read by the recipients.