When Borders went out of business a few months back, we thought about bookstores, record stores, and recognizable other parts of modern life that would be going away in the course of things. But last night, sitting in a field with hundreds of other families watching fireworks, it became clear that there are certain experiences that computer graphics and virtual reality could never recreate. There are some things that require good old fashion being there in real life. A hundred years from now a good fireworks display will still get the oohs and ahhs. What else will stand the test of time? Like fresh squeezed lemonade, what cannot be technologically replaced or simulated?