See what George Lucas is doing now.

OK, So I am not really old enough to be a baby boomer, but not young enough to be gen Y or gen X for that matter.

That puts me smack dab in the middle of the transition of traditional life and digital life.

My college days of computing were punch cards. A few years later, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and others were coming onto the main stage.

Now with kids of my own, I ask what will their future look like?

And how will digital play a role in it. Then I came across this site.

Today’s kids are born digital — born into a media-rich, networked world of infinite possibilities. But their digital lifestyle is about more than just cool gadgets; it’s about engagement, self-directed learning, creativity, and empowerment. The Digital Generation Project tells their stories so that educators and parents can understand how kids learn, communicate, and socialize in very different ways than any previous generation.

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