I think this is an important thing to read. Or, at least, it's really interesting. It talks about the ongoing understanding of how our genes and our environment need each other in order to maximize our potential as humans. And how niether genes or environment can be successful alone. You're not just born "naturally gifted" at something. Our genes actually interact with our surroundings to enhance and develop us.
Science like this re-inforces the importance of micro cultures. And if technology is one of the primary engines enabling more micro cultures it also backs up Kevin's point that one of the most important benefits of technology is that it gives us more opportunities to be our best selves.