Lileks meets a young man who has never heard of an iPad. He reflects:

I could only wonder. Car crash? Coma? Memory loss? If so: Does he go around every day asking people about their iPads and iPhones? Point B: It’s a sign of the times that the most reasonable explanation for a 30-something American male to be ignorant of the iPad is some sort of mental handicap or brain injury. 

Maybe he's just sane.

(Hat tip: Pejman)

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