We don’t need television to show us how to share the yada, yada, yada; we already know how to communicate with each other. When a new social tool comes along we tend to figure out how to use it pretty quickly, much to the chagrin of the previous generation. Our need to share life with other people hasn’t changed in the digital age. It didn’t go away with the invention of the cell phone, just as it didn’t go away when the land-line telephone was created. The technology changes but the communication stays the same.