We all know the feeling of logging into Facebook/Tumblr/Twitter/Netflix/Pandora/Gmail and realizing that the interface has changed. Maybe the company’s internal testing says the new interface is better organized, but dang — we’d gotten used to the last one and we liked it. “New Twitter? But I liked Old Twitter!” we cry.
Welcome to the era of ‘parental computing’, where the cloud makes children of us all.
Full story at The Atlantic