Technology speeds up our rapid response time and increases our stress rate. Today we operate in full 24/7 mode and some embrace this breakneck lifestyle with all its techno gadgets and ever-increasing level playing field. It all sounds good, feels great. But has anyone noticed we're lost the time to think? We rely on our gut reactions and emotional responses to increasing onslaught of emails, faxes, and networked connections. We've lost the time and are losing the ability to reflect, to weigh the consequences of our actions. Too late, we hit enter, click on send and move on to the next incoming techno-missile. I confess that there are many days when I miss the built-in time offered by snail mail when the back and forth between queries and proposals took days, even weeks, compared to the minutes and even seconds where we reside now. But where is this leading us?