Answer by Bharath Kumar Balasubramanian:
I would answer this question from a technology perspective:My generation – 80’s born (Gen Y) have seen a sea of change!– We moved from 8-inch to 5 1/4 inch to 3 1/2 inch floppy disks!– We jumped in glee at using the shiny CDs, followed by DVDs and then Blue-rays!– We saw ‘Thumb’/Pen drives proliferate along with external HDDs– We saw Moore’s law in action – performance of systems getting better and better while becoming smaller and smarter!– Mobile phones metamorphosed from brick like devices to the smart snazzy devices that we use today!– From Dial-up modems and their classic connection noise, that we would patiently handle we have moved to superfast broadband!– Websites and Applications for each and everything – you name it, it is available!– Laziness and convenience got a boost with on-line shopping. Anything and everything delivered at the click of a mouse!– We are connected more than ever before – very social!– We are in the knowledge proliferation age. All that you want to know is available and all you have to do is just ask! (Quora for example!)Isn’t this a great time to be!!