I forgot to mention that last week I went over to a fellow’s house so he could bring me up to speed on the way our church is using Google apps/Google site for its email accounts (bypassing our website hosting, in so doing–it’s a little confusing.)
This fellow is 80 years old. His lovely wife met me at the door and led me to Jim’s office, a small bedroom in their home, where glowed, from the four corners of the room, no less than 5 monitors. Jim was seated at a double-monitor set-up and bade me take a seat at the latest Mac set up next to it. I opened up my laptop, and his wife brought us coffee and brownies and left us to it.
We geeked out for the next two hours. The information I needed and the reason for my visit took about 5 minutes and then the rest of the time Jim showed me things about his workflow. It was great. He was a database engineer in his life before retirement, and has loved computers for decades.
It was such a pleasant look at what 80 can be.