Who will understand technology?
Joe Rogan is a comedian, actor, TV host, and a number of other things—most of which are based on his skills as an entertainer. He admits though, in one of his funniest standup bits, that he is not a smart person when it comes to technology. And like most comics, his insights have more than a few grains of truth. His routine gets roars of laughter because the audience—surely including some relatively intelligent people—can relate to the overwhelming complexity of modern technology. Engineers as a group, who are often considered to be technologically savvy, still can range from true gurus to absolute technophobes. However, even the smartest among us suffers from a finite capacity for learning and understanding.