Gadgets bought and barely used are the technology world’s equivalent of exercise equipment. Often purchased in a well-intentioned bout of self-improvement, they are opened, used once or twice, then abandoned. Sometimes they never make it out of the box.
To paraphrase Dan Quayle’s great line, “What a terrible thing to have lost one’s gadget. Or not to have a gadget at all. How true that is.”
How true that is, indeed.