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Many people still believe modern myths. Myths like Apple can't be hacked, or your safe if you have a firewall.
One myth is : Young people understand Technology. I was with a few younger folks the other day. One is really into hardware and is upgrading machines and fixing broken phones and tablets. He and I were discussing new hardware. Some of these young men seemed out of the conversation so I attempted to draw them in. I asked another one of them about the same age "Do you know what a hard disk is?". He replied that he did not, but then his friend chimed in and said. "You know when you go to Red box and get a movie? That's a Hard disk". ............................ I did not laugh too much!!!!!!!!!!!!! Typical. Only a few people "REALLY" went into IT. As for the rest???????????? __________________ Curt Spanburgh
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They are the future. The future of what is another question.
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True. They grow up using computers, not understanding them. My 14 year old son (much smarter than me) has only a vague idea of the difference between memory and disks, and no idea what a CPU is. I guess he doesn't need to know for what he does.
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