Where do we go from here?
I've grown to hate the adage "if it ain't broke, done fix it
". People on the internet like to throw this saying around whenever things deviate, even the slightest bit, from what they consider to be the norm. Working in the digital world, things don't need to break in order to make progress. I mean honestly, nothing was wrong with the cassette tape, it didn't break, and yet everyone now owns an MP3 player. Floppy disks were perfectly adequate, but alas, we all carry jump drives that can hold more information than computer hard drives could back in the early 90's.
Just because something works, doesn't mean it can't work better. Just because something is new, doesn't mean it should be feared. Should we stop inventing because we already have something that works similar to something else? Why bother with creating what's already been recreated?
If you haven't already, embrace the ever changing digital world. Take comfort in the fact that the only norm in this future is the constant state of change we're in. We're not fixing anything, we're improving everything.</rant>