Summary: Short article basically speaking to how culture is transmitted, with an underpinning comment about how ubiquitous technology trumps real life relationships, even in small ways, such as real-life people's names.
"I've become slow to respond to my name in public spaces for fear I'll turn and smile at a stranger scowling into their phone. In protest, I've never used the feature and forbade my parents from using it on their iPhones.
"OMG, Siri like the iPhone," should be engraved on my tombstone.
At worst, people air their grievances against Apple to me."