I recently boarded a flight, heading home from a business trip. As I sat in my seat and buckled down for takeoff, I glanced around. I realized things have changed a lot.
Of course, the millennials on board stared hard at their mobile devices, intently gazing at tiny screens on their smartphones and tablets. It's been that way for years.
But, as I gazed around the cabin, I suddenly realized something else. They weren't the only ones with eyeballs locked on digital screens.
Throughout the plane, the glow from myriad electronic displays lit up the faces of pre-millennial "gray hairs" as well. They were occupied with their tablets, e-readers and electronics, too.
As I glanced down at my own phone, the pages of Electric Light & Power peered back at me. Two quotes from the Greek philosopher Heraclitus came to mind.
"The only constant is change," and "You cannot step into the same river twice."
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