Not Computer Literacy, But Literal Literacy

June 22, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Trends

Fortunately, I’ve got a better metaphor for the current state of computer usability than the car one, which has been the Lazy IT Writer’s Friend since a “home computer” took up a large room and quintupled your power bill.

Let’s, instead, consider that weird old phrase “computer literacy”, these days seldom used except by the hardy souls teaching Windows to the elderly. Let’s compare computer literacy with ordinary literacy. Reading and writing.

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