For the older folks here. The ones that want to stay hip and groovy at least . I heard just a week ago, and then verified through research that we no longer need to put a double space between sentences. That went out with the days of typewriters, and I hadn't a clue. Tough habit to break. The kids all know this, I was in the dark. I work in a HS, so I know there's lots of electronic things I'm also in the dark about. I have an idea what instagram is, but never had any desire to use it so I know nothing about it, really... but there's something else the kids are all using that I REALLY know nothing about. Not even the name. The app that sends pictures for like 10 seconds or something? And then they disappear? Ya know, thinking about this now I'm realizing there's a lot they know that I don't, but there's a few things we older people know that they don't. You get pregnant if you don't use some sort of birth control is a biggie. There's no app for that yet, so I kinda understand. Anyhow.... lets keep each other in the light. What do the kids know, that you just found out about? Or for the kids (lets say those under 25), what do you know that you're amazed that we don't?