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So, if a kid graduated high school even in 1978 (technically he’d be a senior citizen by now), as an adult, he never knew life without a computer and his remembrances of pre-computer times would be his school days.A 1998 graduate lived with computers and cell phones from the moment he/she was slipped into their first diaper.Many are the result of the way both TV and the app generation, born first, of the computer, and second, the smart phone and its bastard child, social media, have changed social constructs.In discussing this, it’s hard to know even where to begin.Yet, today, you can’t fart in public without it being on You-Tube, Instagram and TV news alerts in the next five minutes.All of this has rendered most of the life experiences of folks in my generation and the one following it, almost totally irrelevant.It has become glaringly obvious to today’s parents, and definitely to grandparents, who might be only in their 40’s or 50’s, that there is one phrase we absolutely cannot use in advising our kids: “When I was your age…” ‘Can’t use it because we were never their age and practically nothing we experienced is applicable to today’s generations.
However, through the power of the Web, there is little I haven’t experienced visually and intellectually about it. Then look at which explores/explains the engineering involved in Machu Picchu.
These days I find myself periodically reverting to being my own personal ground man to keep the dizzying whirl of life rushing past from reaching in and tweaking my brain in an undesirable way.
In truth, it’s almost as if I’m on speed and spend my days racing from one project to another before I finally crash and purposely take a 15-minute power nap while sitting at the computer.
I’m certain that everyone goes through the same time warp I’m experiencing but it is so obvious to me that it’s nearly surreal.
I’ve never done acid (or any other drug), but during the ‘60’s I served as “ground man” on others that were tripping out and worked at talking them down to keep them from going off into the ozone layer.
I’m suddenly seeing that weeks are now only about three days long and days are measured in minutes.