What is the name and author of a short story where everyone is using always-on wearable computers, e.g. to help interaction with other people, like hints of what to say during conversation.
The protagonist's five minutes of fame is when he asks about being able to turn off one's own personal wearable computer. That gets him the girl, in the end.
Part of this wearable computer are goggles for visual output; when the computer is turned off they get fogged (although fogging can also be forced without turning the computer off).
I think the name of the short story was something along the lines of "Norman's Personal", or something like that but I don't remember the proper title.