Sunday, April 28, 2002

I've spent the past week watching more and more people (and some of the least likely ones) jump on the hi-tech bandwagon. As I deal with more and more hardware, wires, cameras, video presentations, networks and all the wide-eyed amazement from the great unwashed that goes along with it, I am inclined to be less showy with technology. Instead of having gadgets, wires and couplers strewn across my desk and hanging around my neck like a Hawaiian tourist, I want to have things undercover. I've decided that I want to take my technological advantages underground. Behind the scenes. I'm not ready to abandon them, but I want them to be hidden behind the walls.

Wireless technology is one way to do this. Lighter, smaller gadgets are another. Multifunction devices are a third way. I'm going to do what I can to reduce my daily-use wires and gadgets as much as possible.

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