Ok, only in a small way. I was examining my photo folder and was shocked to realize that I've taken over 3,000 digital photos in the last 18 months. I'm sure that's many over what I've taken in my whole lifetime with traditional film. Sure, I have many repetitive and uninteresting shots, but so were most if not all of my film shots. But since I'm not worried about wasting film, I'm not afraid to snap away, and the result is a few great shots thrown in among the fold. Is this not the way technology should be? In the guise of simple incremental improvement (after all, a picture is a picture, is it not?), it can in fact profoundly change our way of thinking and doing things without us really noticing, but with such force we would never think about going back (no more film!)? What technology has so melded with you that you could never go back?