A few days ago a co-worker and I were doing the typical "kids these days" thing, how kids who aren't yet teenagers have cell phones and text whereas we'd actually get in our cars and no one would know where we were for hours on end unless we called in an emergency from a payphone. I told her that I believe my eldest son, who is 3, won't have to get a driver's license. That by the time he turns 16 he'll have to get a certification to pilot a car, and that vehicles will be largely drive-by-wire in the same way commercial airline pilots let the computers take over and monitor the controls (most of the time). I also said I believe my children won't have to learn how to type, that talk-to-text technology will be advanced enough that keyboards will go the way of the typewriter and that TVs will be replaced with screens controlled by voice activated home automation (Alexa and the like). Focus: What do we have right now that you believe "kids these days" won't fully experience? How do you think technology will change in, say, the next 10-20 years? Alt. Focus: What technologies are so ingrained in our culture that you think they'll stick around? Will there always be a market for people who want to drive for the sake of driving? Will the tides turn against automation and we'll see a continued growth of the homesteading trend?