You know, I tell my friends, "I don't text, and I don't vex." I'm like in the Stone Age, man. I'm not into that, because I see it as ... I don't want to get hooked at this point. I see my colleagues, and if you took away their ... What do you call it? I can't even think of the name. [A bystander chimes in "BlackBerry."] Yeah. If you took that away, they wouldn't know which way to turn, man. I just don't wanna be that way. And relating what I do every day, I think I'm a more private person. I think I'm satisfied with the impact I've had. And I'll rest on my legacy, whatever it was, that's what it's going to be.Martin Bell interviewed Walt Frazier for NY Magazine. It's number one.