Have I ever really claimed this?

It probably doesn't really bear repeating, but I guess I'll do so just the same. I check my e-mail constantly through the day. I make notes for myself, sometimes simply snippets of thoughts, on my word processor, and save them. If I have the time, I'll read the newspaper, and countless articles, straight from the screen. But I'm still not fully convinced that I'm a highly digital person. My very-late-in-the-game acquired cellular phone is already a retro model, though it suits me just fine. I don't have a PDA, and though I definitely suffer from iPod-envy, I have no present plans for acquiring one.

Be that as it may, it's still probably true that my hard drive contains a very substantial portion of my life.

Go to: Digital vs. Physical.