This is an old question but Iʻm going to revive it. I listen to music Iʻve downloaded to my computer, iPod and iPad. One day when my iPodʻs battery was low I attached an old walkman (thatʻs cassette tapes - not even cdʻs or vinyl!!) to the same speakers. I had forgotten the difference in sound quality over MP3 music. It was amazing. Itʻs possible young people today have no idea what music can and should sound like.
(concerts donʻt count - we had those in the "old" days too)
Is spelling taught anymore?
If their profile and answers to queries piques your interest meet for coffee. Leave if you don't like them in person. Recently I met with an old, once very cute, boyfriend from high school. He looked terrible . . . until he smiled. The years faded away. But if youʻre interested in someone who turns out to be dishonest all youʻre out is the price of a coffee (arrive late and it will only be your own) and perhaps15 minutes.
I was active on sodahead. When I joined this site I was looking forward to a vibrant exchange of ideas. But it was so quiet I kinda slinked off. Then I came back; had a nice exchange with Virginia. Went through the available questions for a week or so and most that interested me were months or even years old, so nothing until today. I noticed that out of hundreds of members only about 30 are active. At the moment 50 people are here. But of those, 49 are guests and then thereʻs me. Maybe these lists ARE dying. What a shame. Nothing wrong with this format. At least, unlike quora, it allows actual conversation :-).
I have an iPhone X, an upgrade from the 6plus, and that replaced a 4s. I will probably wait for the XIs or XII (or whatever Apple will call them).
My phones sort of follow the same pattern as my other electronics.
My computer is about 8-9 years old, my iPad is 5 years old now and my iPod is at least 10 years old. I do promptly install the latest OS and app upgrades where I can.
I also have a Power Mac G4 from 1998 (as I recall) that I can still use for some applications and to store backups of my photos.
So, my answer would be no!
This bears out my experience on Quora that most questions are asked by liberals and answered by conservatives.
I like Ben Shapiro. Quick witted. Interesting. And equipped with knowledge and facts when speaking. And brave. Heʻs perfectly happy to go onto campuses where his very presence causes rebellion.