Just posting to say thanks for the book, since the author ir reading this thread.
I'm firmly in the demographic that saw Cory's previous post and thought, "That sounds interesting", but wouldn't buy the book because it's of limited relevance to my life (my child is a toddler, so I'll be more interested in a revised 2020 edition/sequel).
Since it's free, I'll read it at some point to get a better idea of what it's really like to grow up with "online" being a normal thing rather than some exciting new technology.
I'm really interested to see if my following car analogy holds true:
Generation X and Y grew up in a car-society but we don't expect Generation X to have an intuitive knowledge of car mechanics, and in many cases they know less than their parent's generation. They merely know the basics of driving and hope nothing expensive/dangerous goes wrong. I'm pretty sure Generation Z won't have an intuitive knowledge of the new 'online' society, they'll just know the basics of how to work the technology involved and hope nothing expensive/dangerous goes wrong.