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Comment: Re:Isn't this true of any technology? (Score 1) 636

by GAVollink (#23709433) Attached to: Is Google Making Us Stupid?
I've seen evidence of what you are talking about in real-life, but usually only among the young, or those whom, due to enchanted lives, never really grew up. Generally, it takes some time and experience to turn the random facts into usable knowledge, but I think "most people" do have the ability, few have the ability to do it quickly. I would like to think of myself in the quicker than many, slower than many category. But I've a few years under my belt now to know that there's still much that I don't know.

... though his invention worked superbly -- his theory was a crock of sewage from beginning to end. -- Vernor Vinge, "The Peace War"

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