People don’t like change, and usually for good reason. The urge to resist is coded into our very DNA. Because change is risky. It’s disruptive. And for our ancestors, even the smallest change could turn deadly.
The seasons, the stars, our skin—everything changes, as do we. Which is good, otherwise we’d still be sharing loincloths with Neandertals. In tandem with the home computer and Information Age, over the last 50 years or so our world has been rapidly, drastically changing like never before.