80's have TV
00's have Computer.
Computer feedback between users is an update feed.
Drink coffee with a friend are old fashioned.
Soon TV and Computer will be the same thing.
I didn't watch much TV after the 80s, had online access in the late 80s already, used trackers on the Atari, and played MMOs when most people didn't even have an email address. Lately, I have started to write with fountain pens and draw with pencils and ink, and I picked up traditional musical instruments without pickups. I also bought once again more paper books than ebooks in the past couple years! I think I'm probably not the only one who feels a desire for more diversity instead of everything being centered around the computer.
But that aside, I think computers are here to stay, though I believe desktop systems are past their hay days. Large phones (best parts of tablets and phones) will increasingly be people's "personal computer". Light laptops I think will have their place until voice-to-text is better (just can't type well on a phone, though it works surprisingly well on an iPad without external keyboard).
Bigger computers are already more niche and for work. TVs are still around, you know. (I don't have one, though!)