What about the elders in the family? Wechat registration is done by young people with the help of young people. It is the result of middle-aged and elderly people learning over and over again. The facilitation of smartphones allows scenic spots to only book tickets, register for hospitals online, and order food through mobile phones. This makes mobile phone operation a trivial matter of moving a finger for young people, but for middle-aged and elderly people, I am afraid that even the interface cannot be found, especially for the elderly who are not around their children, have they been eliminated by the development of the Internet?
The rapid development of the Internet has left middle-aged and elderly people behind Some time ago, the author took the elderly in my family to Fax List Beijing for a tour, and the supervision was particularly strict due to the epidemic. The traffic is limited in the scenic area. When entering a restaurant or store, you need to show information such as health treasures, and you must scan the code at the store before entering. Can understand the necessity of doing this for later tracing of walking routes in special times.
But the author found that this trend is likely to continue after the epidemic is over. Tourist attractions such as the Forbidden City had already closed offline ticket sales in the early days of the outbreak and moved them all online. Is it really good to book tickets online every time you go out? I did the math. During this trip, we went to a total of 8 attractions, each of which can be sold online, and some must be booked a few days in advance. In this way, all the itineraries must be arranged in advance. If something happens temporarily, it will become a hassle to modify it.