Euan Semple concluded a recent post with an interesting observation:
Comparing the levels of technical competence of my kids with those of my non internet friends and comparing the peaceful majority at the student demonstrations in London to the wistful recollection of more politically engaged times amongst my middle class friends, I find myself wondering if the children are becoming grown ups and the adults are succumbing to voluntary infantilisation.
via – The Obvious? – Parents, children and wikileaks.
More than three years ago I asked another question that somehow seems rather on target:
After all, secrecy is still the currency of power. What are the power gate-keepers to do when secrecy ceases to be a valid currency because what was secret has become common knowledge?
In the face of change, inertia takes you into denial, survival will force you to adapt.