I sometimes feel like being paid to blog about . . . whatever for an extremely prestigious magazine is an impossible-to-beat job. Then along comes Chris Hayes who points out that I could be a professional gadget reviewer basking in the glory of a free iPhone, comparing it to a Helio Ocean, etc., etc., etc. Now the question becomes: Is there any way to convince the world's consumer electronics firms that getting reviewed by The Atlantic's bloggers is vital to their financial future?