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The Sorcerer’s Phone

While we at Not Making This Up have been relatively quiet in recent days, it’s not for lack of something to work on.

(Or, in keeping with the style of our previous post, which included what I believe to be a fairly accurate reconstruction of an internal Fed policy debate, “not for lacking the on-working of something.”)

That something is the iPhone, and since we got our hands on one of the first batch to hit the stores more than a week ago, we have been testing it using perhaps the most rigorous methodologies of consumer products testing available in the world today.

Specifically, we’ve been letting teenagers use it.

Our conclusion, which may surprise readers of this blog, will appear shortly.

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