Monday, April 3

Where are you going? Where have you been?

The angst of area code splitting is so last millennium. The Pilot this morning carries an AP story about the social transformation of the area code in the era of number portability. Explains a young theater major who uses a 502 mobile number while studying at UCSB: "People are so mobile that the area code has now become a statement about where you're from, rather than where you're going or where you are." Just like how I'm proud to keep the 757 on my phone, though I've had every chance to pick up the 202. Ben, what vanity digits do you keep on your phone?