Gizmodo collaborator Anna Jane Grossman appeared last week in Nightline to talk about her second most favourite thing*: The death of not-so-old technology. And along with it, the death of blind dates, love letters and long phone calls.
Anna Jane - author of Obsolete: An Encyclopedia of Once-Common Things Passing Us By and one of the curators of our Y2K+10 theme week - reflects on how fast new technology is becoming old, and how fast this change is affecting human behaviour. I don't know if the results of that change are good or not, but things seem a lot more boring in the land of Google, Facebook and text messages.
* Her first favourite thing is her dog. How do I know? Full disclosure: She's my wife. I come third, tied with waffles and jam.