Call me a slow adapter, but I still find smart-phone culture a bit jarring. I’m often personally affronted by the expectation of constant availability. I don’t answer calls when I’m driving or absorbed in a writing project (even when it’s my mom). When I’m out to dinner, my phone is buried in the abyss that is my purse. I don’t respond to work-related texts on the weekends or after six pm. We call these practices boundaries, and any working person in the 21st Century needs to set them.