It always involves audience participation in an atmosphere of community, enthusiasm and purpose.
Some people of the Baby Boomer generation feel texting is ending important social conventions. I disagree. No one claims it’s a replacement for conversation, but it’s obviously a powerful tool for effective, efficient communication. Texting overrides decayed conventions to replace them with important human needs like directness, immediacy and comfort. It’s much more cerebral to text than to remember how to spell correctly.
Enjoy: What Most Productive People Do in Bed, Fast Company magazine