Re: She's not wrong (a quick question)
"It might not be how you'd prefer them to do things, but that doesn't make it wrong."
I'm not quite sure he was saying it is completely wrong but real world experience is being lost while we specialise in virtual tasks.
Not directly related to computers but someobody please answer this very simple question.
I shared a house once with a girl who went vegetarian as a teenager and told me she lived mainly on microwaved baked potatoes for a couple of years, she then asked me how long to give a potato in the microwave because she didn't know how long it took.
Why did someone who had been doing something for a couple of years (yes she cooked them herself) not have a clue how to cook a potato in a microwave?