Something about that strikes me. I like the fact that it points out the interfaces and blockades we have with each other as we depend more and more on the devices, be they mobile or not, that we carry around with us everyday. using them instead of, to augment or to avoid interactions with other humans.
we interface with the machine. the machine interfaces often with another machine (or two) and then interfaces with another human. the new internet age game of telephone. what gets lost is… well…the humanness of the interaction.