There are virtually no technological surprises to Generation Always On, a label given to the teens-to-mid 20's of today. “They have grown up in a world that has come to offer them instant access to nearly the entirety of human knowledge, and incredible opportunities to connect, create and collaborate." says the reports co-author Janna Anderson. I believe it addresses an enormous debate about the risks versus rewards of the advancement and implementation of technology in today's culture. There are many issues on both sides of the argument that should be considered; non more important to me than that of social interaction. Being a part of generation X where the use of technology was balanced with face-to-face encounters, I believe one of the major downfalls of technology is that it hinders the growth and development of social skills, which are the cornerstone of all relationships. It is an odd dichotomy is a world that revolves around social media. For example, I watch players on my team have major issues communicating with each other, not just on the court, but also expressing themselves on a personal level. Yet, they all tweet and comment on each others Facebook posts 24-7. In talking to other coaches, this is a common issue and a phenomena that is more than note worthy. The umbrella question is where do the benefits of technology cease and detriments begin?