- Now when we invite people to do things, we do it in an e-mail*—doing it over the phone has become very uncommon—and there is almost never any call to provide directions: in the age of Google Maps, "3100 Los Feliz Boulevard" is more than enough information.
- I used to have physical photo albums with physical photos in them and also some framed photos. When I moved to my new apartment, I took an old wallet-sized photo of my parents from the early 1980s—wallet-sized for an actual wallet, back when I used to have actual photographs in my wallet, years ago—and put it in a wallet-sized refrigerator-magnet frame and put it on my refrigerator. This felt almost old-fashioned.
- I don't know too many people who watch TV shows when they air. I do watch Community, Parks & Rec, and 30 Rock on Thursday night when I can, but how often do I watch them early enough in the evening that it isn't possible to fast-forward through the commercials? Never?
That's all for now. I'm supposed to be working.
* I hit "Publish Post" and then realized "in an e-mail" probably itself pegs me as an old man. Kids today are texting and IMing and shit, aren't they? Kids.