Call us Luddites, but there’s still something so satisfying about a good old personal day-planner that an iPhone or BlackBerry just can’t give you. It was a sentiment we heard echoed in this week’s New York Times magazine. Virginia Heffernan writes, “Carrying a Filofax, with all the inserts that came standard with it, made me feel substantial, cliquish and secretive. British. Like a person who keeps close at hand many bankers’ private lines and Mandarin phrases and measurements for handmade shoes.” Well, we want to feel British again too.