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How the Loss of the Landline Is Changing Family Life

Over the course of the 20th century, phones grew smaller, easier to use, and therefore less mystical and remarkable in their household presence.  The shared phone was a space of spontaneous connection for the entire household, and the loss of the landline is changing family life in significant ways. This fascinating article from The Atlantic shares details and asserts "Even as the family phone recedes into history a century and a half later, we can preserve the togetherness it promoted in other ways. "