There's a great line in the book I'm reading:
"Claire wakes jonesing for data; she fumbles on the crowded bedside table for her BlackBerry, takes a digital hit. Fourteen emails, six tweets, five friend requests, three texts, and her calendar--life in a palm."
Isn't this so true. I know my phone is one of the first things I grab when I get up, or even before I get up. I check Facebook even before I throw off the covers. It's a little unhealthy.
The book is Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter by the way.