However, according to Sadie Plant, six are the mobile characters: the swift talker, the solitary owl, the calm dove, the chattering sparrow, the noisy starling and the flashy peacock. The swift talker cannot be without an active mobile phone; the solitary owl keeps telecommunications to a minimum and therefore sometimes hunts for its mobile in the depths of a pocket; the calm dove is a discreet and modest mobile user, quiet but also confident; the chattering sparrow is on the other hand lively, nervous and sociable; the noisy starling anyway seems to be aggressive and talks loudly. Last, the flashy peacock symbolizes the classic exhibitionist, proud and extrovert with the desire of possession regarding the latest design and glamour.
To sum up, mobile phone does not offer a dream for communication but leads to a post-communication through maximizing the short distance among others. The notion of ‘‘between’’ does not exist anymore given that the potentiality of the third person is present through an invisible voice coming from a visible device. Anyone is free to lead a mobile life and move from real present to the other conversational present. The question is: next, what?