Human interaction: Have you had any lately?
When it comes to tech savvy, I'm no slouch, but I'm no programmer, either. I can find my way around a computer for the most part and, when pressed, learn a new program fairly quickly. Yet there are many things I don't know how to do--and really, that's just fine with me. I get out of computers what I need to, which is mostly e-mail communication, Internet use and word processing.
I do know, however, that many of you have grown up learning the ins and outs of computers since a very young age. It's part of your life, always has been and always will be. In many ways, that's a good thing. Your generation is prepared for new innovations when they come up--you quickly learn to integrate them into your lives, and you find uses for them. Plus, they lead you to start new businesses, and that can only mean good things for our economy.
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