Someday, you are going to be completely useless when it comes to technology. Your children and grandchildren will try to teach you — over and over again — how to download a Cybervid from the Datasphere, and you'll be lost, referencing outdated technology, like Wi-Fi and the Cloud. Your grandkids will have to download a car every time you ask them to come over to help you with your phone, which at the point will probably be the size of a dime and hooked directly into your brain.
But until that time comes, you can rest assured that you probably know more about technology than your parents do. And you know definitely more than the parents we are about to see in this list. They're trying their best, bless their hearts. Feel free to laugh, but do so with the understanding that someday in the not too distant future, your own kids may be uploading pictures of you failing to understand the most basic technology.
New profile pic.
Thanks for the pic!
A new kind of screenshot.
Better keep this somewhere safe.
This should work.
Yet another way to take a screenshot.
"Listening to the synodic's phenolics."
This is so pure.
What's in the box?
Just like a Kindle.
Who needs a screen?
Delete! Delete! Delete!
Moms vs. Technology http://t.co/08pW48b7ba— it's me (@it's me)1429192378.0
No thanks, spam.
Time for a selfie.
My mom just sent me a pic of her dog from her new iPad. Here's one of the other 'recipients'. Technology is hard. http://t.co/0UB9D1TD— Jeremy Herrman (@Jeremy Herrman)1333999291.0
Email signature from my mom. I’m just going to assume this was an autocorrect gone horribly wrong. http://t.co/qDEagdmYLz— Kevin Yank (@Kevin Yank)1392611022.0
So. Many. Toolbars.
No GPS for me.
If only it had worked!
"dang i lost it."
I think my mom just discovered Snapchat, not sure she understands that it isn't just for Wendy's. #onlymymom #wendys https://t.co/oOjRqfDcTW— Chris Pitman (@Chris Pitman)1494097352.0