Once upon a time, there were two pretty little towns on the same pretty little river. One pretty little town was called Workville. The other pretty little town was called Cellville. In Workville, everyone worked hard and made a whole lot of money. In Cellville, everyone talked a lot and made a whole lot of connections. In Workville, everyone woke up early and worked all day. In Cellville, everyone woke up early and talked all day. Every night in Workville everyone went to bed with more money than the day before. Every night in Cellville everyone went to bed with more information than the day before.
One day a person from Workville visited Cellville and a person from Cellville visited Workville. At the end of the day on their walks back home the person from Cellville passed two feet from the person from Workville but the person from Cellville never looked up from his tiny little screen and the person from Workville could think of no irrelevant comments.
So life went on exactly the same in the pretty little towns on the pretty little river. Everyone in Cellville and everyone in Workville lived side-by-side and never spoke a single word. Which in a way was very sad because the people in Workville never tasted spam and the people in Cellville never tasted lobster. But it goes to show you that size doesn’t matter. Workville owned the biggest homes and Cellville owned the smallest phones and they all lived happily ever after.