The Isthmus... Smartphones

April 20, 2016.

My first trip to Panama was in 2004. Back then I had a nokia bar phone. It hardly worked at all. Now everyone has their face glued to their phone. Walking down the street, playing dominos, sitting on the bus and most of all while driving. The roads in Panama are dangerous enough with out the phones. 

On the Cinta Costera. April, 2016.

     Don't get me started on selfies. This phenomenon is ubiquitous now. It's seemingly acceptable behavior the world over. These little devices, smartphones have changed the way in which we communicate. It's how we keep in constant contact. Does our lives really move faster with the device? There is no going back. 

—Andrew Kaufman