While it is true that technology is more prevalent today and more people are using it, that does not mean that Millennials are any better than the rest of us at using it. In fact, I can see many examples where they don't know what in the hell they are doing. The ease of use of much technology today has actually had a negative impact. 20 years ago, we learned to do some amazing things with technology, and in order to make that happen, we had to code on the command line and jury rig stuff to get it to work together. Today, everything is all menu-driven in neat little GUIs, and everything works together. If it doesn't work, the product must be defective, and you take it back to the store to get a new one. The Millennials raised with this type of mentality never learn actual trouble shooting and problem solving skills. They learn that when the going gets tough, the tough go back to Best Buy for a replacement.