No strings attached – *between the ears*
Now that I
have my new data card – GPRS with Edge – I have swelled the ranks of the
electronic polluters. It’s not enough
that we have 33 million (or so) cellphones in this country, we now have to go
and turn on many thousand more data cards and Wi-Fi adapters and pump more
electro-smog through the working environment.
Is it just
me, or has anyone else noticed how their ears start ringing very soon after
firing up a wireless network interface?
. I am not a frequent cellphone
user, so I guess I am more sensitive than most.
My ears start to sing after a long call on my mobile phone. However, upon connecting to the cellular
network for the first time, the realization that my head didn’t feel quite like
it should was almost instant. Is the
power output any greater from a data card than from a mobile phone?
try to ensure that my child is in another part of the house when I have to use
the data card. As we proceed into this wonderful wireless connected future, I
have to ask whether we will not all be brain dead by the time we get
there? What effect will all these
wireless devices have had on our kids by the time they are adults?