I was perusing the threads today and came across a post that placed the viewing of what is to me a completely modern, full of snazola special effects, movie within someone’s early childhood. Wowzers. My question is this: For those of you who have never known a time before the internet, talk to me about what that is like. I ask you honestly and with no condescension. For me, the internet is still very much a recent advent. I still remember quite well the first internet page to which I connected when I was already an adult. I remember well my very first home computer which was one of the very first mass produced home computers in the early 80’s, an Atari 800. It had 48k of memory. Kilobytes! Not Megs, not Gigs, K's! And at the time of owning that computer, the internet was still very much science fiction. The laptop I am using right now kicks the crap out of the computers I was using in a rather sensitive and “secure” job within the USAF during the 80’s and 90’s. I am still given pause in the mornings when I pop into the forum and have a chat with Rob from the midlands of the U.S.A and Neha from the Indian subcontinent at the very same time as I sit in my family room here in Puerto Rico. When I take my Ipod out and about with me and I am writing notes to my story on it as I am waiting in the doctor’s office, I can’t help but think to myself that Capt. Kirk didn’t never have anything even half as awesome as this little device. These things still amaze me. I was born well before the telecommunications revolution. For those of you born after, what is your take, your opinion, on these thoughts?