I believe I know what most red-blooded American men want. It's not what you think.
And it isn't easy. There are many obstacles to be overcome to achieve the ultimate aim of maximum gadgetude.
First came my need for a computer. My first PC (a Kaypro II) was called "portable," in exactly the same way a sewing machine is portable. It folded up to a compact package weighing about 30 pounds.
Hank Long, a buddy of mine who happens to be the director of the Englewood Public Library, sent me a provocative trio of articles about reading.