In a post entitled "Gone, Because I'm A Tool", Steven Levy laments his missing MacBook Air. Ha Ha! Anytime a certified noob pulls a huge bonehead move like losing his own Macbook Air, the next thing he searches for is solace inside a community of other noobs like himself so they can properly whine together. In this case he might be all alone. It seems easier for Levy to place blame on his Macbook Airs lightness of being rather than spending quality time in front of the mirror admiring his new ass hat. Levy even entertains the possibility that his wife threw out his Air with a stack of coffee table magazines and newspapers all due to it's thinnovation. When in doubt, yank off your ass hat and blame the old lady. Nice!
"There will be a lot of desperate searches for lost MacBook Airs. When something is thin enough to fit into an envelope, wouldn't it make sense that one could lose track of such a thing? Even if it is a computer? As humiliating as it sounds, let me repeat: the MacBook Air is so thin that it got tossed out with the newspapers." Source: Steven Levy - Newsweek
'The Technologist' goes on to state that Newsweek will pony up the $1,800 dollars for his lapse of consciousness and warns other Air owners to beware. The fate of so many socks may linger in your ultra-thin future. Until further notice Mr. Levy should consider himself the sole member of the MacBook Air-heads Club. Matter-of-fact, I respectfully nominate him as the clubs president and founder. Though I would not anticipate new members anytime soon if I were him.