By Aarav Patel
In this world today, we are extremely split between what we do and how we do it. For example, some people from Gen X or older prefer to get work done by grinding it out and reading books. Millennials and kids normally don’t use books and use the internet as their source of information.
Middle aged people and seniors enjoy board games, card games, etc while youngsters prefer video games. By all participating, for example in a chess game, on a live computer match, not only do most competitive young spirits get involved and learn these new games but older people get to understand their kids and grandkids better.
Connection happens with the internet. You can play any game with it. This leads to a bridge of generations. This is the funnest way to get to know other people from other generations.