It certainly helps that you can do everything on a smart phone or in the cloud and everything is sort of out there, you know. I find it very interesting that kids don't have anything anymore. They don't have any LPs, any books, any DVDs. They don't have anything. You can go to their houses, I go to their houses and they haven't got anything. They just have a laptop and a smart phone, that's it. So is it smart people? It's people choosing to adjust to the technology. And the technology is probably more advanced than most people can cope with, and there's more information being generated. Now, as one of the guys said today, there's more information generated in the medical healthcare profession each year than there was in the previous thousand years. So now the information is coming faster than it can be even consumed. That's like food going into your mouth before you can chew and swallow.
So I think you have to then filter. I use a filtering system called My6Sense, a little app on Android and iPhone, and that filters my Ecademy blogs, my tweets, my friends feed, my LinkedIn, my Facebook, my Twitter. It filters them all, and based on the way I use it, it learns, it's intelligent learning, and it just gets smarter and smarter and smarter and smarter. So even with all this data coming in, it's actually quite easy to manage and not stressful. It's only stressful when you don't know how to manage it. When you don't understand something, it's more stressful. But the thing I've learned with the internet is when you don't understand something, it's really important. The moment you don't understand something, it's really important. Like kids with Twitter. I say to my kids, you don't understand Twitter, you don't understand Twitter. And they go, oh Dad, it's not important. I say, trust me, it's important.