There is a micro-generation of people who have a foot in both the digital and the analogue worlds. As children, they were pre-digital. They played outside, they had landline phones, and they were lucky if they had cable TV. Later, in their teens, the internet emerged and the digital age began. Xennials were the perfect age to intuitively adopt this new world.
As a result, Xennials understand both worlds, and they are coming of an age where they relate to their boomer parents more than ever. Younger generations are taking off with newer technology, and for some Xennials it can be difficult to keep up. For others, they come armed with the knowledge of how older technology influenced the new.