He is also a worshipper of Cambridge and a fan of Mac computers ever since they came on the market with that brand-new graphic interface and mouse, costing a fortune that a young actor could barely afford. As he says in his latest biography, he still likes tweaking his computer. He’s now using Ubuntu.
If you have no clue who Stephen Fry is, there’s more about him below, by way of an introduction to his American travelogue, Stephen Fry in America, presented as both a six-part BBC documentary series and a book.
I wrote a bit about the book a while ago, but it was a terrible article, with nothing to make you read the actual thing. And it’s a wonderful read, one that I’m happy to have discovered. So this article is one of several in which I will attempt to present only one state or several at a time, rather than go through some of the pit stops in his journey by black London cab through the fifty American states.
It won’t be quite a book review of Stephen Fry in America, but more of a teaser to convince you that the book is well worth reading.