Journal: News & Comment

Thursday, February 26, 2004
# 1:11:00 AM:

Kids today

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Dori pointed me to this thoughtful posting from Kathy Sierra about how North Americans who've come into high school in the last couple of years think about computer technology. Hint: it's mostly just there, and of course they know how to use it:

...these kids would never call themselves (or one another) "geeks". I look at one and say, "Wow, that kid is really into computers", and they smirk and say (sarcastically), "That's as lame as saying someone is really into cell phones" or "Wow, that kid is really into VCRs!"


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