“My mind is a muddle of thoughts that resist organization. I returned here, to my place of origin, with a question that now seems unanswerable. How does technology change us?” All of us of a certain age reflect on how different it was growing up in a pre-Internet world. And those differences are especially poignant for those who grew up in small, remote towns. The town where Rex Sorgatz grew up was really small, really remote, and often really cold. In this excellent piece, he returns to a home once isolated, now connected. There’s no place like home. Not even home.