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Mike Macgirvin

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Mike Macgirvin
 High Range, Australia last edited: Sat, 06 Feb 2016 00:05:25 +1100  
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Manuel
  
@Michael Meer  
New user have to learn or we've a design with less features like diaspora.

But this dilemma we have it daily the teachers. And always we resolve it in the same way: we simplify the knowledge, we look for fun activities, we use a few words, a lot of image... Of the same way there and here, I think that election is bad and the social result is visible: comfortable masses, that they ask easy routines, that do not want to read nothing that it need an effort...
Beni Grind
  
@mrjive They don't really point out one single thing. It's definitely not the initial channel creation. As I understand they are just generally confused by the interface. Guess they are part of the App-generation, they expect to instantly understand a user interface without reading any documentation.
Beni Grind
  
@giac I don't think they are lazy. It's just that today's teenagers approach things differently. In some aspects they are a lot more ambitious than I ever was as a teenager. I think it won't help society in general if every generation laments about how lazy today's youth have become. But then again, it's always been that way. Socrates said

“The children now love luxury. They have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise.”

https://www.goodreads.com/quotes/63219-the-children-now-love-luxury-they-have-bad-manners-contempt