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Computers are wonderful gift to anyone or a wonderful thing to buy for you. But some people can't cope when they get them home and out the box and switch them on. They do creative arts on them and post their work online. Yet there is some addictive quality to it and people can take sometimes years to get used to their computers. It is just perhaps an enormous culture shock to have so much power readily available. And this is if the power they have is only to do their hobbies better, to look up interests they might have and to share their work online.
This book is about all the people who struggled to cope, the types of tips that they used to help themselves and their trials and tribulations. Sometimes they railed against what seemed impossible and sometimes they thought it really was possible. Either way, it was falling down.
Read this book to see what people were like who may now be dying out but who used their computers on their dining room tables, on their breakfast tables, in their bedrooms and their spare rooms. And they might really be as well all the people you hear about in press reports about changing the world with a laptop in your bedroom. Or they might not be. The reader can decide.