My better half was watching on TV a show that’s something like a European version of “Jeopardy”.
The competitors were formidable. They seem to know -at least as a collective- the most obscure trivia, geographic and culture-related details.
The sport the Harlem Globetrotters used to play. The country whose capital is Bishkek. The saga (down to the goal count) between Ronaldo and Neymar. I had no idea at all.
But then they asked them one question that NONE of them was able to answer. They were staring blankly at each other, as if asking the question “am I the only one who doesn’t know the answer to this one?”. Nada.
The question was: “What is a URL? “.
Why is this significant? Because most probably for the tribe who knows right-away what URL means, there is probably fewer who can answer all, or any, of the previous questions. Because there’s very few things they have ever had to learn by hearth. They are more likely to know one URL very well: https://www.google.com.