@Seadream Wow, thanks for commenting! I don't consider a good memory to be intelligence. The young's ability to whizz on a computer is not so much intelligence as it is just familiarity. Your great experience is your intelligence and there's no shortcut to experience. One day I will be old too, and the kids will be playing their Playstation 36 and coding in HTML16 and I won't understand a bit of it.
I was just a kid in the '80s but I love that era of technology (you can see that with this forum :P), computing since the mid '90s has been terribly, terribly boring. All the diversity has gone, Britain has faded from a computing power, and it's been boring, broken Windows desktops for 15 years. To me, a brand new Windows PC is absolutely no different from when I was running Windows 98. I can still open Word, and Word is still Word. So much has changed, yet so little.