We, the Web Kids

Last September I shared my views on education in the 21st century. I wrote, "Anything and everything can be found on the Internet. It has been the one indispensable tool in my self-education. It helped me find answers to my endless list of questions about Mormonism. It was through the Internet that I discovered economics and the Austrian School. It's through the Internet that I have engaged in a countless number of debates and discussions with a countless number of people, many of which I have never met in person, yet I consider them my friends. There has been a major paradigm shift in the world thanks to the Internet."

Writing for The Atlantic, Alexis Madrigal explores my generation and how important the Internet has been and will be in the future. Must read if you're older and want to better understand our fascination with and commitment to keeping free, the Internet.