Is there anything better than old people navigating modern technology?
From writing "menu" in the comments of chain restaurant Facebook pages to texting their grandchildren confusing thoughts or voice-texting failures, it's hard for older people to forge through the fast-paced world of the internet. When they were young, they had landlines that were attached to walls. Now we can take our phones everywhere, video-chat friends in other countries and order cabs from our pockets. Most millennials hate talking on the phone and I'm not convinced that Gen Z even knows how to address an envelope.