It doesn’t matter when or where. You could be sitting in a meeting at work, or listening to a lecture at school. You could be at the movies with friends, or at the dinner table with family. It doesn’t matter what you’re doing (as long as you’re not driving). Your fingers are twitching. You find yourself reaching for your pocket again. You’ve just got to know: Did your favorite page post a new update? Did anyone comment on your new profile pic yet? Have you gotten any likes on your clever status update? Everyone makes fun of you for always staring at your smartphone. Maybe your parents or spouse or kids yell at you to put it away and pay attention. You’re mastering the art of stealing subtle glances at the screen before anyone notices that you’re checking your Facebook feed for the tenth time in an hour.