What did you think about computers around 1990 - if you're old enough to have an opinion that is. I remember being 10 or so and taking a mandatory "typing class" and thinking: "this shit is stupid, when the hell am I going to need to know how to type on a computer " Hell, we (my family) was online since 1995 and I wasn't even interested in the internet until 96 or 97.. I suppose I'm one of the last "play outside" generation. These days my 4-year-old nephew is playing online games with his Ipad (don't worry we play soccer, hockey, basketball etc, besides he would prefer to play outside, he just loves his puzzle games tho).. I suppose I thought about this because when I went to the store earlier today I saw a kid that couldn't be more than 7 or 8 glued to his Iphone while he was standing in line waiting with his mom... Then I realized (I have always known) that these kids are not like the kids from my generation. Hell, in my generation NES was a novelty... We spent more time playing "war" outside or jumping our bikes off a ramp than we did playing video games. Now all these kids do is play video games... I suppose my point is did any one of you think technology would be as big as it currently is??