Okay, so maybe that’s not an actual picture of Julia Lesage. Throw in a laptop spinning off some Flashforward on Hulu and a Tivo and it might as well be. Did anyone else go, “Say what!?!” when she said, “…I am intrigued that the series is training me in proper cult fan behavior, a new trick for me at age 70.” Age seventy? Excuse me! That completely shattered my expectations of who you is, girl! I was picturing you as a platinum blonde with curly hair, thirty-five and a bit too sexy considering your technological know-how, criss-crossing your legs over my desk. But 70? Let’s talk about your viewing habits for a second. You’re using Tivo on a regular basis, whereas I’ve never owned one, operated one–Have I seen one?– not that I wouldn’t be able to figure it out right off the bat. I think that’s the difference Julia is underlining–that those supposed younger norms do not come naturally to her, whereas they come easily to us millenials. What’s interesting is that it’s not only the millenials. Our parents and grandparents have also adapted. They’ve changed their viewing habits, some better than others, and those who do perhaps have a competitive media advantage. Call it modern something darwinism or survival of the most willing to sit at his computer, or what you will, but this isn’t just a younger generational thing anymore. It may start with the younger generations, but it’s truly pervading through all of society.