I got into graphic design in 1985 when I was 40. Presstype was the newest thing. I had a half-gallon can of rubber cement to refill the table bottle. I bought an electric typewriter with 10 pages of memory. In two years, I had to debate buying Mac or PC. Since I was new and Mac was 10x more expensive, I went PC. I figured I was done; I had a computer. But things changed so fast that I didn’t have time to have any “good old days.” As I get close to Stan’s age, I do find I have to push myself to keep upgrading, keep learning. Now I’m working on phone apps and videos and wondering what’s next.