[vcf-midatlantic] OT: people don't understand computers anymore

Bill Loguidice bill at armchairarcade.com
Tue Jun 7 14:06:15 EDT 2016


I don't see a problem. As others have stated, computers have inevitably
become appliances just like any other sufficiently advanced and evolved
technology. That's a good thing. For those motivated to do more with
technology, I'd argue now is as good as or better a time than any to get
your hands dirty as it were. Today's Maker movement (and the possibilities
therein) is extraordinary and it's not just limited to a few of the most
engineering-minded individuals like it was in past decades. Again, that's a
good thing.

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