That was me in kindergarten. Do you know what I heard about for the first time in kindergarten? Computers.
I heard about them because our school had just gotten one computer for the whole school that year, and it was a very big deal. The computer lived in the principal's office. He used it to do principally sorts of things, but also, kids who were good (me, of course!) were allowed to go up to his office and play a game or two on it.
I played frogger, which was good fun, of course. (Although, one or two games just isn't enough.)
I learned how to type in Jr. High (and one year of high school) on word processors. Does anyone still use those?
We got our first first family computer when I was in high school. I used it mainly to play Solitaire and MineSweeper. I don't think we had the internet.
I got my first email account my freshman year of college (And I was instantly a fan. Why talk or call, when you can write?)
Facebook, YouTube? not until after I was married (and I've only been married 8 years -- can you believe how big they've become?)
I married an early adopter of Apple products, so Woo owned the very first iPod when we got married. It was white and had a dial thing in the middle. Nobody had any idea what it was, but within the next year or two, everyone else had one too.
Remember when I thought the iPad was a stupid idea with an even stupider name, and now I can't live without it?
So now as I sit here among our 2 iPod Touches, 2 iPhones, 1 Android (for programming purposes only), 2 MacBooks, 2 iPads, and have the internet in my pocket all day long, I remember those days when one computer in the entire school was a big deal.
Are you ever amazed at how quickly technology is changing? Or how things that we use everyday didn't even exist a few years ago?