technophobe


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technophobe

A person who is afraid to use computers and high-tech gadgets. See technophobia, lamer and Luddite. Contrast with technophile and technophoria.
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What's so frustrating about technophobes is that they often don't have any serious writing problems, per se; it's only the "computer" in computer composition that bothers them.
Nicky and I joined the Duke of Kent for a tour of the company last week and, for a semi house-trained technophobe like me, it was utterly fascinating.
ANOTHER example this week of how much of a technophobe I am.
EVER since he was a little boy, Flint Lockwood (voiced by Hader) has been inventing gadgets to improve the lives of his technophobe father Tim (Caan) and mother Fran (Graham) in the town of Swallow Falls.
As a lifelong technophobe, I did not embrace the email culture wholeheartedly when it swept through offices UK-wide many years ago.
Showing he's no technophobe, the PM also plugs some of the site's innovations including photo updates on a Flickr channel, regular posts via Twitter and a YouTube channel complete with an "Ask the PM" feature.
Speaking in a technophobe friendly, at times humorous, conversational tone throughout, it's one manual that is not a complete chore to read.
But despite his EUR400million fortune, he admits to being a technophobe.
If you are a real technophobe why not ask your boss to send you on a training course?
Written by dedicated computer music hobbyist Richard Mansfield with the technical assistance of recording studio head engineer Andy McEwen, The Savvy Guide to Digital Music is a straightforward guide to the digital music revolution for readers of all backgrounds, from the technophobe to the savvy computer literate.
It's a warm and welcoming place where you can 'fess up to being a technophobe.
Technophobe Mark appealed for help to fix the aerial on Friday morning's Ed James at Breakfast Show on Heart FM.