TECHKNOW: Tech talk

TECHKNOW: Tech talk - Screenager (n):

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Screenager (n):

Someone who has grown up using, and is comfortable with, PCs, video games and all kinds of personal technology.

Retronym (n):

Terms like snail mail, facetime and acoustic guitar, applied retrospectively to distinguish the old from the new.

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