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20 things I won’t be saying about tech in 20 years

I wish I had spent more time on my smartphone.

I wish I had liked more things on Facebook.

I wish I had started/perpetuated more arguments on Reddit.

I wish I had watched more videos on YouTube.

I wish I had had Google services overlaid on my field of vision on a beautiful day.

I wish I had Android installed on my wristwatch.

I wish I had taken a firmer stance in the iOS/Android wars.

I wish I had spent more time watching TV surfing the Web.

I wish I had spent more time talking to Google Now/Siri/Cortana.

I wish I had engaged in more lively discussion on Xbox Live.

I wish I had learned more JavaScript libraries.

I wish I had “mastered” email.

I wish I had listened to more suggested albums and consensus “classics,” rather than what I enjoyed.

I wish I had listened to “big data,” in other words.

I wish I had gotten more search engine traffic, and ranked more highly against top keywords.

I wish I had “disrupted” more people’s livelihoods.

I wish I had entrusted more of my personal files to for-profit corporations.

I wish I had connected my kitchen appliances to Google.

I wish I had ensured that all apps I used followed strict design guidelines.

I wish I had learned more lifehacks for things I barely do.

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