Wisdom in the Information Age

by Mark Gregston

The parents of today’s teens are the last of a dying breed—the low-tech generation.  Never before in the history of mankind has so vast an amount of information been so readily accessible to a group of teens.  To put it in perspective, when you and I were teens, the amount of organized information available to the public doubled every thirteen years.  Today, the amount of written information available for public consumption is doubling at an ever-increasing rate.  Available information is not the problem—a lack of wisdom is the problem. Continue reading “Wisdom in the Information Age”