Another thing I was thinking about.
Is there any difference in quality/ complexity and quantity of knowledge between pre- internet generations and us?
I remember that my school books were not even close colorful and illustrated as they are now - like there is enormous effort put to make knowledge fancy and interesting to kids. We had to learn regardless of the form in which knowledge was presented.
Does the era of internet leads to trivializing knowledge which is more than approachable - as opposite to the pre- internet ages when one had to put a really hard effort to find things he/she was interested in…?
It is said that in the era of information, silence is an ignorance.
But have we really became less ignorant?