Technology has the power to improve our lives in ways we never thought possible even just a few years ago. But with that power also comes new ways to piss everybody off. What is the worst part about living in a high-tech, hyper-connected, wireless, high-speed, 24/7 instant gratification society? I think the worst part is that nobody can ever be wrong about anything anymore. It used to be, if you were talking to someone, you could get away with saying something like "K2 is about 28,000 feet tall," but nowadays its a given that the person you are talking to will pull out their smartphone, open up Wikipedia and smugly declare "ACTUALLY, K2 is 28,251 feet tall. And that's 8,611 meters, in case you were wondering." And yet, with all this access to being right all the time, there is still a ton of misinformation floating around. For example: "Barack Obama is actually a Muslim who was born in Kenya." Can you imagine this rumor gaining traction with email and social media? So, what do you hate about today's high-tech world? Awareness of things you don't care about and would never know anything about otherwise (Justin Bieber, Twilight, et. al.)? Desensitization to pornography? The word "crowdsourcing"? Let's hear it!