Technology is moving at break-neck speed. I recall that, when I was getting my MBA in 2007, one class required that we read the book The World is Flat, a business best-seller that was raved about by business executives and professors. It’s a book about globalization, the free spread of information, and how the world is changing rapidly. But despite the love for the book by my elders, I and my fellow students—all of us in our mid-to-late twenties—kinda shrugged our shoulders and said “Yeah. That’s obvious.” What was astounding to older generations was second-nature to us. That was ten years ago.