In the iPhone age, humans have the ability to photograph, record, post things on social media in an instant or contact anyone, anywhere, at any time.
A little thought of side-effect of such technological advancement was mentioned after the mass murder of 49 people at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Fla. early Sunday morning.
Investigators and first responders said that they were struck by one aspect of the shooting aftermath.
The image is a chilling one.
It is an image of friends, family and loved ones filling an empty club with worried ringtones that are answered by silence.
On Monday, President Obama called the attack carried out by Omar Mateen “homegrown extremism.”