The evolution of technology and its ability to keep us connected, informed and entertained is amazing and awesome. We see and share more than ever before. YouTube, iTunes, TiVo, On-Demand, social media, Skype, smart phones, GoPro, Google Glasses and of course, SportsCenter – they let us stand on the sidelines from 3,000 miles away. We watch what we want, when we want. We see the world through the lens of a skydiver plummeting toward the Earth. We have instant, front-row access to everything. Anytime we want it. It’s just like being there. Except it’s not. For all the wonderful ways technology is used to enrich and connect us, there is also a cheapening of the experience that happens when it is secondhand, remote or…