London Metropolitan University
My grandmother couldn't tell you what a computer
looked like, my parents can't understand why everyone
wants broadband. [..] I Google anything, [..] I know I
can go online and get the information I need. It's not a
thought process oh I have to Google, it's second
nature. [..] So my generation is the first generation,
who had that kind of access to computers, knowing
that you can find information. My nephew who is 6
emailed me this morning, he's in kindergarten. So
when I am fifty and my kids are grown up there'll be
something else. (Interview, 2007)
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