Aug 31, 2021
We’ve long been aware that technology shapes the way we act. From the printing press to the television, major technological breakthroughs also shift the course of history, and they shape the identity of a generation. This week, we discuss such a phenomenon with Dr. Rick Chromey, the author of GenTech: An American Story of Technology, Change and Who We Really Are. Dr. Chromey argues that the people of an era are defined by more than just a moniker like Baby Boomer or Gen X—the major discoveries of their time drive their existence and impact how they work with others. How can the generations coexist and cooperate in a present that is rapidly changing? And how may we keep communication between the generations fluid, so that we enjoy a future that is inclusive for all? Dr. Rick Chromey is the founder and president of the faith-based nonprofit MANNA! Educational Services International. Find him at rickchromey.com, and find GenTech wherever books are sold.
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