My childhood was shaped by the personal computer revolution of the 80's and 90's. My mom was a banker but I don't know if she ever really used a computer for her job back in the 60's when she was an ace in math. My dad's first cell phone was one of those that featured a receiver connected to a bag you had to tote along with an antenna sticking out. By the time I was in the 9th grade, the Internet was just getting out of its BBS/Compuserve/Prodigy roots.That's really interesting considering your teen years were fully immersed in Internet culture while the iPhone debuted when you were in ninth grade or so. How do you feel you have more in common with your parents?
I'm either the youngest Gen Xer or the world's oldest millennial. Can't say I identify much with either.