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technophobia

(tĕk′nə-fō′bē-ə)
n.
Fear of or aversion to technology, especially computers and high technology.

tech′no·phobe′ n.
tech′no·pho′bic (-fō′bĭk) adj.
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Before I discuss what can be done to help writing technophobes, it might be best to examine the three basic types of computer composition scaredy-cats.
Called myguide, it saw the creation of a network of 54 drop-in centres where the most technophobe members of society can learn how to surf the net, send emails, make online bookings and hunt for jobs.
This one is easy to use, has dual-grip handles, on-board memory and a flash - a good buy for technophobes too!
But technophobes need not worry - there's not a computer console in sight.
AS a founder member of Technophobes Anonymous, my heart always sinks when I hear about a new gadget or gizmo.
Apparently big stores in the UK are now setting up a service for technophobes like myself to help them download music from the net.
opening Fozia Uddin, of the Birkby ICT Learning Centre, with Clr Mehboob Khan and officials, other councillors and community leaders A NEW centre for technophobes has opened in Birkby.
THIS budget phone from Alcatel is perfect for teenagers and technophobes! It has an easy-to-use keypad, predictive text capability and a 250 message memory.
Mobile phones hardly existed 15 years ago, but today most people have one and even technophobes communicate happily in text-speak.
The class, aimed at adults, is fully booked with technophobes clamouring to master the "art".
The courses cater for absolute beginners and technophobes who want to learn how to use e-mail and the internet.
Fumento is to be congratulated for having the nerve to ask the technophobes: If modern life is so dangerous, how come we're all living healthier and much longer lives?