Just because the technology is realtime doesn't mean our behavior always has to be. Forget the obvious issues like walking into an intersection or driving off the road. When it comes to the net, we're habitually guilty of LUI (Living Under the Influence). We sacrifice real life for realtime. We tweet vacation photos while we're still on vacation. We share anecdotes about our kids when we're spending time with them. And yes, we read and publish content from the driver's seat of our cars. […]
All of this data can wait until later - and much of it can wait until never.