Peter Soldinger is a Los Angeles-based screenwriter for film and television with a passion for sports and a contentious relationship with all the technology that makes both pursuits possible. He thinks that relationship is amusing and wants you to read about it. If you've gotten this far, he was right. Soldinger is a rabid Yankees, Knicks, and Giants fan and still believes the "rom-com" is a viable genre of film.
When I climbed in the back of my buddy Phil’s pilot’s lesson, I learned a valuable lesson about how we sometimes rely a little too much on touchscreens and GPS when plain old experience often serves us better.
With every game of the NCAA basketball tournament available on TV, phone, and computer, plus a gazillion apps feeding real-time bracket information, information overload doesn’t begin to describe our hero’s experience on Day 1.