Endgadget has an interesting Q&A interview with Steve Wozniak, one of the founders of Apple. I prefer Windows, so I don't agree with all his preferences, though I've used enough Apple products to accept some of his answers. Though a few of his responses get a bit techie, overall it's an enjoyable, easily accessible piece, done from the perspective of "What gadgets do you use? What bugs you and what features do you like? It's interest to note his love for the transistor radio and that like everyone he has problems with battery life. I was also glad to see that he thinks moving so much to the cloud is not a wise thing, since the technology is not mature enough yet.
Mainly, the interview is worth checking out since you can see that many of your own tech concerns (and likes) match those of one of the tech world's gurus...though in fairness, his reasoning is generally operating at a far higher level than yours or most normal humans. Still, even he says that he doesn't use his phone or iPad or such to stay all that connected with friends, preferring to leave his "computer time for his computer." Though I suspect his definition of "all that connected" is different from others.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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