Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.
You can't stop people texting and driving.
That's a personal opinion and it doesn't mean you shouldn't try.
On Friday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in the US went for something more traditional: public shaming.
Its Twitter account was adorned with messages to those who had admitted they texted and drove.
For example, someone called Jay-Toven (Twitter handle @DuckDaggettlss) had tweeted: "I have no problem texting while driving, but I won't text while going down stairs. Hell naw."
Someone called Hillary had tweeted: "I can't decide what's worse, texting while driving or reading the newspaper while driving."
Someone with the fetching Twitter name DrunkCollegeKid tweeted: "Snapchatting while driving is like the real life Pokemon Snap."
The NHTSA found a tweet from Laura A Warman. It read: "one time I dated someone who didn't text and drive."
It's unclear whether this is a one-off event or whether the agency intends to continue this process of engaging and sometimes shaming Twitter users. The NHTSA didn't respond to a request for comment.
In the end, of course, if you save just one life, if you persuade just one person to put down the phone and just drive, it has to be worth it.
Those who can't wait for self-driving cars will say they're the only way to stop our dangerous multitasking.
It's true that self-driving cars will stop texting and driving. But the sad part is that they'll stop the driving, not the texting.