SPOTLIGHT: Those bloody cell phones

Who hasn't rolled their eyes when they come in contact with a cell phone user in public who is talking a bit too loud and revealing more information than we want to know. So you have to believe horror writer Stephen King got his inspiration for his latest novel from standing behind some woman in line yapping on her cell phone. King's new book, Cell, which features a cover with blood flowing out of a cell phone, is about a pulse sent worldwide via cell phones. Anyone who was on the phone at 3:03 p.m. that day is turned into a blood-thirsty zombie. Oddly enough, the publisher is promoting the book via ring tones. Article

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