In 2086 the way we interact with the world has become completely intertwined into technology. There very little on the planet that won't interact with your PSC (portable super computer).
When the technology was first introduced to the world in 2009, it was mind boggling. It's now mind boggling how we never had it before.
Human society has turned into a bucket, filled only by the information provided through our PSCs. Lost in history are what I recall as a social gathering. People have no need to gather. Information is passed instantly and complied electronically forever. The need to meet someone only exists for the survival of the human species. Why meet someone when more interesting information is available by not going anywhere at anytime?
Even human emotions are beginning to evolve as the cyber landscape has turned the people into, more or less, immovable avatars, only processing information off the Mega-Net. It has become a diagnosis among children, who have lost the ability to interact with other humans in a way that is even remotely acceptable.
What knowledge can I leave behind to a world that has become addicted to access of information with no effort?
My secret would be the emotions of man, the beauty of a tear running down a face. I would tell tales of information being found, and glorious adventures to find it. I would remind those around me of the importance of building and creating things with your own hands. Encourage children to create something new, without using the infinite knowledge online.
This video is what I'm imagining as a PSC-
Check out the future, or death, of the internet:
The future of PSCs are here today. We must begin now to harness our ability to capture and rate knowledge based on importance so that future generations are able to learn what is most important