How do you put down your Android/iPhone?
wstark 2 years ago
Help settle an office debate - when you set down your smartphone, should the screen be facing up or down? Over lunch, we were watching what people did "in the wild", and it isn't universal by any means. I don't want to say more and give away my bias...for the right answer.
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