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Letting our fingers do the talking

For young, old alike, texting becoming more common than a call

Leanne Bowes, who studies marketing at Emerson College, texted on her cellphone in a Boston cafe. Leanne Bowes, who studies marketing at Emerson College, texted on her cellphone in a Boston cafe. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
By Linda Matchan
Globe Staff / September 25, 2010

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When Mandy Goldman was growing up, every morning started the same way. Her mother, Joy Leone, got on the telephone at 7 a.m. and chatted with Mary, her best friend in Burlington. (Full article: 740 words)

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