"Since I grew up in a small town in south Mississippi, other places were probably way ahead of us in this, but I still remember when I was in middle school and our family got our first computer. We had to take the seats out of our van to make room for the 6 or 7 boxes it came in, and it took our whole family to unload it all and get it into the house. I remember crawling around on the floor trying to plug in the ethernet cable and all 7,000 cords. We only had dial-up back then, so of course we had to disconnect the phone whenever we wanted to get on the computer; you couldn't use them both at the same time. The first things I ever looked up online had to do with sports. I've always liked tennis, so I would find the scores from matches all over the world. So much has changed in just the 25 years since I was born. It's hard to understand."