The Technology Paradox

I was born in 1994 in India. That was the year when Netscape Navigator became the market leader for web browsing and Sun Microsystems released the computer programming language named “Java”.

I saw a computer for the first time in my parent’s office. It was powered by Windows 2000. A rush of joy filled myself when I figured out how to double-click on a mouse. A few years later, I held a mobile phone in my hand for the first time. It was the legendary Nokia 3310. By the end of my middle school, my elder brother bought a laptop with the highest possible configuration present at that time. Connecting to the internet via dial-up connection became a routine and the first website I surfed was MSN.

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