Today is National Grandparent's Day. Never heard of it? Shame on you. It's been around for over 30 years. It was founded by Marian McQuade of Oak Hill, West Virginia, and made official by President Jimmy Carter. According to Wikipedia, McQuade started the holiday as a way to keep the youth aware of all the contributions senior citizens have made throughout history. That's all fine and well, but we think today is the perfect opportunity to think about all the ways grandparents bring us joy: Telling us embarrassing stories about our parents, raising home-cooked food to high art, and telling us how things used to before Facebook, the iPhone, and all modern technology. To that end, we've dug up some great photos of old people having their way with technology, because what's funnier than an old person using an iPad? Plenty. Keep reading.