At school, Stephen's teacher showed him how to use the "favorites" function on Explorer to save the websites he likes to visit. When he was playing around on the computer at home tonight, working on a project on Alaska, he tried to demonstrate this new skill to me.
I smiled and explained to him that the "favorites" are individual to each computer; the "favorites" on the computer at school aren't the same as the "favorites" here at home. He sighed and rolled his eyes. "Guess I'll have to do this the old-fashioned way."
And I, thinking proudly for a moment that perhaps my child was going to ask for an encyclopedia, asked, "what do you mean?"
He said, "I guess I'll have to type the address in this little white bar myself."
Oh, yeah, the old-fashioned way. Only if you were born in 1998, I suppose.