ISN’T THIS “I NEED A WIFE” STUFF kind of, well, dated by now? It was (possibly) meaningful if not very reflective back in 1970 when it started, but . . . .
As for whether technology is making deep thinking harder — well, it’s never been easy, you know.
UPDATE: On the “I need a wife” line, a reader emails: “Yeah, my wife used to say that. I broke her of the habit by replying, particularly when she had said it in front of others, that she ‘Try it first, it’s not all it’s cracked up to be.'” Ouch.