The Digital Divide

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Don’t know about you, but I have come to rely on eCommerce for many tasks: bills’ payments, banking transaction, and a host of other business orders.  I have stamps that are leftover from years ago.  Thanks to the email vice US mail.

Not bragging about my digital life. By comparison, I am a relative latecomer in digital citizenship. I still carry cash in my wallet in case credit cards are not welcomed.  Still not trusting Facebook as my means to connect with others.  Still have a plain old telephone at home.

No doubt technology is evolving and the trend will continue as the digital infrastructure improves.  More people will hop on-board for the digital’s speed and convenience, switching away from the traditional media. 

Mark my words that one day, we will be a cashless society with self driving cars.  I just don’t know when.

Where do you stand on this digital divide?

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