Just like learning a different language where it's important to start young, the tech language is no different.
Growing up with technology makes it second mature to kids. Children now know after you take a picture of them to run behind you and see the preview on the screen. There are computer games geared toward age "infant." But what happens when they're presented with "artifacts" of the old school world?
They don't know how to use them just as much as older generations felt about technology.
Watch as this baby doesn't know quite what to make of a print magazine that won't flip and zoom like an iPad version would:
The poster of this YouTube video writes:
“Technology codes our minds,” he writes. “Apple products have done this extensively. The video shows how magazines are now useless and impossible to understand, for digital natives. It shows real life clip of a 1-year old, growing among touch screens and print. And how the latter becomes irrelevant. Medium is message. Humble tribute to Steve Jobs, by the most important person: a baby.”