Not really. Figuratively.
All my life, I always hated the fact that 'old' people resisted change.
"why do you need to be in the internet so much?","why do you have to have a pager", "I'll never use a cell phone and you don't need one" were just some of the jewels I grew up with.
Sometime there in my past I swore I'd always embrace new things… I've had a SLR digital camera for years. Cell phone, got it. Get a new one every time I can and always use the early upgrade. Camera phones, blackberry, full internet access. DVD recorder, got 2. Blue-ray, got it. 2-terra byte external storage hard drive, got one!
Today, I was asking for assistance in Word… 2007. I hate it, it's different, why did they mess with my WORD?! I could use MS Office products like nobody's business. Linking OLE objects, nesting data and graphs in Word then linking that to P-Point.
I was a Pro.
As I was grumbling about damn MS and changing the software, someone here quipped, 'damn MS for evolving!'
- - SMACK - -
I'm getting old . . . time to accept the new MS Office and stop resisting change.