A few weeks ago I receieved a pretty random sounding Twitter DM from someone claiming to be from the Wall Street Journal, saying she wanted to write a story and wanted some input from me. This seemed a bit _off_ for me, but I looked at her profile and it appears she sent something similar to quite a few people.
The reporter was replying to a (https://twitter.com/AndyNicolaides/status/926353659981688840) I sent over 300 days ago, but I went along for the ride, assuming it was a random trolling, but it turns out it wasn’t!
The article went live in the [Wall Street Journal Tech section this morning](https://www.wsj.com/articles/sorry-pal-i-dont-want-to-talk-the-other-reason-people-wear-airpods-1534949793). Unless you’re a paying subscriber to the Wall Street Journal, you wont be able to read it, unfortuantely. I found a Workflow (_that I wont link to here, but I’m sure you can find it_) that can bypass the paywall so I could give it a read myself. It’s a very tongue in cheeky article, which was explained before, so I wont along with that premise. My small quote / inclusion in the article can be found in the attached image.