On February 16, 2019 at 13:05, Ernie Gilman said...
Yes, but in almost 70 years some people learn to be wise, flexible, and open to new things, while other people double down on the learning level they were at thirty years ago. Age is not the excuse in some cases, but rather what they call "failure to thrive" in the NICU. We informally call it getting stuck or stuck in a rut.
I would bet that most people really don't like change, unless they have been exposed to it in the way we are (and others who are involved in technology). Those who are in a field that moves slowly will adopt that speed in their own minds, unless they have some amount of innate curiosity. I know people who seem to have absolutely no curiosity and they're extremely annoying.
Now, get off of my lawn!