I was sitting in a meeting recently listening to a presenter from a major media company talk about mobile device usage by kids. The crowd quickly reacted to the “dated” data on apps and devices, hankering for more up to date information. The data was only a year old, but in the rapidly moving space of mobile media, that data is already stale. While some may lament the rapid pace of change that seems to leave devices themselves to become quickly dated, I see the vast opportunities that this rapid change has created for both developers and users of mobile applications. We’ve come a long way in the last ten years, creating a norm that requires justification for developing applications for anything other than mobile platforms. That is a dramatic shift from the questions we faced a decade ago, which forced us to justify our pursuit of learning applications on what we now recognize as primitive mobile devices.