Like millions of Americans, New York Times tech guru David Pogue was fired up about the release of Apple’s latest gadget, the iPhone. In this stirring tribute, he sings the praises of this hyped-up high-tech wonder, literally.
It seems this New York journo may have missed his calling. I was equally amazed by his clever lyrics, and his ability to convince those in the iPhone line to sing them. I suppose people will do anything when they’ve been waiting on the street for days.
Set to the music of Frank Sinatra’s My Way, I Want an iPhone is a hilarious commentary on our demented obsession with the “next big thing.”