When I was a kid, both of my parents smoked. That was before people really knew that the behavior could be deadly. In the NYT, Nick Bilton wonders whether it’s possible that mobile phones and wearable devices are the new cigarettes? We don’t know if we’re doing any harm to ourselves, but doesn’t it sort of intuitively seem like we probably are? Right now, I’ve got a Macbook on my lap, and an iPhone in my pocket. The wireless age has turned my private parts into a modern day Marie Curie.