A life unplugged
It's a real New York summer day – hot and muggy on the crowded streets where half naked buffed young men stand as sentinels outside the newly open Hollister store in SoHo – and my computer monitor decided not to work anymore, which prompted maddening hours on the phone to tech support. In the end, I had to go the Apple store to use their computers and buy an expensive adapter in order to use an old monitor that I had dug out of storage. For a tantalizing five minutes, I contemplated the possibility of an unplugged life, but here I am again, like a true addict. As if to reassure me on my decision to get plugged in again, an email came in to announce that my interview with a design studio in Charleston is up on their blog.