Do You Have 'Me Goggles'? Here's What It Means A new age needs new terms By John Johnson, Newser Staff Posted Sep 13, 2010 11:19 AM CDT 5 comments Comments A Blackberry user. Phone bills always seem to stay about the same, no matter the technology. Hence, "Bell's Law of Telephony." (AP Photo/Ajit Solanki) (Newser) – Generation X author Douglas Coupland is busy coining more terms about the modern world. Read the full list in the New York Times. Some samples: Bell's Law of Telephony: "No matter what technology is used, your monthly phone bill magically remains about the same size." Blank-collar workers: "Formerly middle-class workers who will never be middle class again and who will never come to terms with that." Me Goggles: "The inability to accurately perceive oneself as others do." For the rest, including the definition of "airport-induced identity dysphoria," click here.