Whether it was the first time you got to use your parents’ PC, or your own phone, describe that experience.
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After you’ve offered (and described if necessary) your metaphor, please provide a bit of context about you, without your name, i.e., “Born in Moscow, 1998”
Kids getting toys or snacks
A Window into another world
Doha, Qatar in 1991.
Kandal Province, Cambodia, 1989.
A kid getting a candy
Madrid, Spain, 1997
Going on an adventure
Simbu Province, Papua New Guinea, 1990
Opening up the door to infinite possibilities
Chennai, India, 1995
Opening a new Window
QaQing, Northeast China, 1990
An awakening into solitude
an exciting invitation to another dimension
getting a Swiss army knife with 50 tools and only using the cork screw
Auckland, NZ, 1967
being part of the cool kids
Born in Germany, 1989
(Clive Sinclair, assemble it yourself digital watch — it didn’t work, it took weeks to get a replacement by mail)
— English, 60, long long time tech users, tech minimalist
transitioning from caterpillar to butterfly.
Had to go through different stages to win trust and finally was free when I got my first Iphone!
Born in India, 1996