When my dad was around, he was tech-savvy; he tried to keep up with current tech that was around at the time. I bet if he were still around, he'd have at least one blog (or vlog) online, and at least one channel on one of the video sharing sites (YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, etc.), and at least one social media account (Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, Instagram, etc.).
I am not as tech-savvy like he was. I know more about computers and the Internet than my mother, and I know a little about current tech, but there's still a lot I want and need to learn.
It took me a couple of years to get used to modern 21st century tech. I was reluctant to assimilate at first. I tuned the tech out at first. A couple of years ago, when Obama was still in office, I met a young man, who was probably college-aged, at my local library one morning. We were sitting outside of the front of the library waiting for it to open, and he started talking to me. We had a discussion about current digital tech and the young men educated me a bit about some of the tech we have now.