When we were growing up, kids knew how to use the internet and adults didn’t. Should we expect that our kids will have a similar experience? Are generation gaps declining as access expands, attitudes change, longevity increases, and interest trumps age as an indicator of knowledge? Rebellion largely seems irrelevant and the only exception to that we could imagine is rising inequality.
- Decline of Scarcity article: The Declining Relevance of Generation Gaps
- Ramez Naam’s Nexus
- Albert Brooks’s 2030
- On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog
- Sonia Arrison’s 100+ (Book about longevity advances)
- A google search for ‘Twerk’