"Up-To-The-Minute" Has Become "Too Slow"
Anna Wells, Editor, IMPO
The day my mom joined Facebook elicited a strange reaction in me: something wavering on dumbfounded pride. My mom was all grown up, graduating from some technological university I’d assumed she wasn't even aware of.
The day she joined Twitter was borderline scary. I didn’t even have a Twitter account and here was this 50-something Midwestern woman out-geeking her 20-something children. Despite the ubiquitous talk of this “digital age,” it suddenly had a face, and it was my mother’s.
My mom’s advancement in technological savvy, however unsettling, is a great indicator of today’s climate and how much it’s changing. The world is moving quickly, and we need our access to information to do the same. The great thing is that the oulets are available—and up-to-the-minute information can truly matter.
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