I was born at the most ideal time in human history, thus far—the crest of the Information Age.
My early-childhood was one filled with NES and DOS games: static software that just runs on isolated hardware. As I grew older, I witnessed humanity transform itself completely around a single powerful idea—the Internet. If I had been born five years later, I fear that I would have missed out on this extremely valuable context. If I live an average-lengthed life, I will be able to witness things far behind my wildest imagination.