Now wasn't it George H.W. Bush that had the infamous scene in the super market where he looked totally befuddled by the bar code scanner at the check out? So today I see this from Reuters about how George W. doesn't use email. At one point he is quoted as saying, "But when it comes to e-mail, Bush said he avoids it because 'everything is investigated in Washington' and as a result 'we're losing a lot of history, not just with me, but with other presidents as well.'" Huh??
Does the Freedom of Information Act only apply to email? No -- it applies to a whole range of communication. So what makes him think about email differently than other forms of communication?
This raises a question for me: