According to Robison, technological advancements in the next few years might more clearly distinguish neurological conditions from social disorders or plain old jerkiness . . . just in time for Asperger's to no longer be recognized as a syndrome unto itself. Perhaps by then the snarky set who've made the disorder a cocktail-party dig will have a handy new sciencey-sounding epithet. Of course, if you want to identify the real unfriendly social misfits, you already can: They're the smartasses laughing about guys with Asperger's at a cocktail party near you.