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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.
Some say that, for technophobes and Luddites, it's futile to run from the latest gizmos such as smart phones.
Today's technophobes and Britain's Luddites of 1811-1816 have nothing in common.
New report suggests the best holiday gifts for technophiles to technophobes
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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.
EBay drop-off stores like The Garage Seller, Quik Drop and The Web Corner are turning the discarded wares of technophobes across the region into a brick-and-mortar goldmine.
TV To Go promises to tickle the funny bone of all technophobes so if the mere mention of the words email, mobile phone, web-site and DVD send a chill through your spine then this is the sketch show for you.
Despite being technophobes themselves, parents welcome new technology into their homes with an overwhelming majority - 84 per cent - believing that their children do benefit from it.
Fortune magazine observes "That's why television is such a big part of the cable operators strategy: If they can push faster Internet services directly to TV sets (they say a full-blown set-top box could appear as early as next year), they'll have a big advantage marketing to Internet neophytes and technophobes," observes Fortune.
Technophobes will love hearing that Mark, 39, convinced the legend, 64, to feature by simply writing a letter.