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My parents don't know how to send attachments, use fax machines, and still will call for advice on how to operate the office photocopier. And yet, they still lead useful, productive lives. To me, this is completely perplexing. My parents are fine with the idea that if they need to use these things, they will call me to "walk" them thru the process. And the process never is done just once. And yet, they still lead useful, productive lives. So -- I am scared that one day, I will not care if I am missing out on a mainstream gadget . This would be a sign I am getting older and that I would be missing out on something. On the other hand, maybe being this connected through gadgets and technology is a sign I am currently missing out on something. Maybe a more simplistic life? Does it then boil down to a choice of missing out now for a more simplistic life OR missing out later on the latest technology -- MamaJD
Question: Are you too connected to technological gadgets?