gadgetsPicked this up from DK’s (his website & blog) changethis manifesto on the Youth of Today:
In their world technology is ubiquitous and not a differentiator (unless you don’t have a phone or access to a computer). However, technology is used as a tool to communicate first and entertain second. And because it is ingrained in their culture it is harder to impress young people with new gadgets or ranges.
I’m 25 (26 in a month :)) and consider myself to be relatively up-to-date with technological advancements. I love them, they keep me on my toes. But is this not perhaps an indicator of how “out of it” I am? If DK is right, new tech does not surprise our Millenials … but it differentiates us from them, and those who adapt from those that don’t!

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