I Feel Young Again!

I saw an article recently from Ofcom Research that showed the technology that would be most missed by various age groups if it were to disappear.

There is a clear trend showing that the most important technology to an individual is the one that was most prevalent as they grew up. I thought hard about the technology that I enjoy using the most and believe it or not, I fit right into the 35 – 44 year old range. That’s a good thirty years younger than my actual age.

It certainly does feel good to be considered as being much younger than I really am!

Where do you fit?

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Bruce

Bruce is a keen traveller and photographer. This web site describes his travel and family interests

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