Computers, the one thing I was privileged to grow up next to. I always was a numbers guy, the proverbial nerd. Me and my only friend throughout school would always be drawing technical stuff during class, kinda like da Vinci did in his famous journals. As soon as the first programmable calculators became available that fit my budget, I bought myself a nice Casio, and taught myself programming. It was an awesome trip, better than anything I had access to at the time.
Of course, computers became better over time, and the Samsung S6 in my pocket now far outperforms the first Commodore 64 that I got as a present from my granddad. Yet all of it was a trip of discovery, a growing of awareness, blossoming into awe.