"People who exist on electronic devices alone will wake up one day wondering where all of their family photos and letters and cards and collections of music, etc. have gone. They’ll be in some dead, outmoded computer and they will have nothing. And sure, most of that stuff is just clutter and junk that we collected over the years and it weighs us down, but on the other hand the computer-y approach is sterile and boring and cold for people like me. Many people today are living in some futuristic nightmare! Your computer owns all of your stuff, you pay computer companies to lease back your memories! Yikes!"
And I agree with the guy.
A Millennial Said This!
Blog entry posted by billy_boatrocker, Jun 16, 2017.
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Boatrocker's Blog - Billy B is a man about town, a gentleman INTJ half-assed scholar-type. A born and raised Californian, he's currently a resident of the woeful state of Oregon. He longs to.... no, he pines and moans to make his escape and return to South America to never be bothered by all the shit that bothers him, ever again.