Do any of the rest of you have trouble relating to your generation's stereotype?
About the only thing about my generation that I relate to, is that it feels like I'm having trouble becoming an adult and finding a job. However, I don't feel like I should get things just for participating, or like I'm demanding more out of my job, or anything like that.
Also, while I do use computers, and enjoy hacking around with them, I'm not really comfortable with cell phones (other than just emergency TracFones) or being expected to use the Internet and technology as a serious part of my real life, to do things like pay bills, purchase essentials, or search for jobs. I would rather do those things in real life, as they are "real" things, but it's becoming harder to do them in real life. My natural inclination is to regard the Internet as being for research or chatting about geeky subjects, and as an amusing distraction, so it's hard for me to stay serious and focused when I'm in front of a computer.
I seem to have maintained a mental split between the Internet and the real world that doesn't exist among most members of my generation, but that my mother definitely shares.