Not everyone knows (or cares about) the finer points of technology.
Many are happy just to discover that their phone works and that they know how to work it.
So who cannot at least attempt to have sympathy for the man whose iPhone stopped the New York Philharmonic in its tracks last Tuesday?
The marimba was so out of tune with the strings that conductor Alan Gilbert downed baton and became upset.
Now the New York Times has located the man who stopped Mahler dead, and he is mortified.
He is a regular concertgoer. He was seated in the front … Read more