I know I've had a Rolling Stones thing going on lately, but this paragraph, from today's Wall Street Journal story
on the growing business of tech support for touring acts, made me giggle without end:
Technology can be particularly baffling for older musicians. During the Rolling Stones' 1997 "Bridges to Babylon" concert, Geek Squad's Mr. Stephens helped 62-year-old Mr. Jagger connect to the Internet after he had had trouble dialing up. "All I did was add a 9 in front of the number and he was like 'wow, man, you're so cool,'" Mr. Stephens recalls, imitating a British accent. As for Keith Richards, also 62, Mr. Stephens says, "I seriously think he'd never operated a computer before."