"Not everyone is a Michael Schumacher, but a lot of people have
cars. Not everyone is a Robert Capa, but many of us have cameras.
The analogy can apply to computers. Not everyone is a geek, but
many people have computers. The diversity of computing skill
reflects the diversity in the the real world.
"Seems like I'm stating the obvious, until you look at how
people at various computing skill levels respond to others..."
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