First, a preface: I'm a "Wired" reader through-and-through. As a magazine, it appeals to all the best parts of my core nerdiness. But when I imagine the vast spectra of Wired readers, I always chuckle when I compare the real Wired headlines to the ones I imagine Wired readers would be most interested in, such as:
"Kissing: What's It Like?"
"Girls: Why Are They So Scary to Talk to in the Cafeteria at my Programming Job?"
"Robots: When Will it be Possible to Marry Them?"