I was recently the recipient of a concern about being (this is the actual phrase, btw) "geriatrically challenged". The speaker applied that phrase to the entire guard unit, because our area of specialization means that we are rank/age/experience heavy. She was concerned that we would not be able to learn how to use the new computer system that was being introduced in the middle of the emergency. I asked her if she was referring to the lawyer who helped install the new computer program at his firm, the just retired 747/F15 pilot who had just retired, the radio antenna engineer, or the cyberdefense network designers, or perhaps she meant the medical insurance billing personnel, the IT instructor, or the physician or dentist? She just kind of ducked her head and turned to other topics.
I say all this only because you don't need to be too worried about the tech, MrLunting. Another couple of months and we'll all just be talking to the Star Trek computer.
Last Edit: Aug 20, 2020 17:21:30 GMT -5 by jay: typo