technophobe


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a person who dislikes or avoids new technology

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While my teenage daughter may claim I don't even know how to work the TV, this is one technophobe who loves the hi-tech Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV.
I'm not a technophobe, and I am more than willing to use screening measures for hyperbilirubinemia that are necessary, cost effective, and, yes, accurate
Mr Finnegan yesterday laughed off rumours linking him to the internet "Evil Cabal" blog, published under the pseudonym Tony Parrish, insisting he was incapable of being the blogger because he was a technophobe.
The 66-year-old self-proclaimed technophobe has somehow survived another year in the college basketball broadcasting business, about to work as a national TV analyst on his 32nd consecutive NCAA Final Four, the last 25 of them at CBS.
As a former school board member, a farmer and a self-proclaimed technophobe, Johnson's dedication to improved education portrays the most compelling evidence for securing this kind of program.
Even a technophobe like me found it irresistible, and an attendant was happy to demonstrate the pattern-making to a visitor in a wheelchair.
Internet2 could also revolutionize the performing arts: In February, an Internet2-distributed musical called The Technophobe and the Madman merged two separate performances--The Madman, performed at New York University, and Confessions of a Technophobe, performed 160 miles away on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York.
An experimental musical, called The Technophobe & the Madman, is to debut tomorrow (20 February) simultaneously at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and New York University, using Internet2 to carry the action in real time.
Schafer says he designed ScriptThing for writers who hate learning new programs, and certainly even a technophobe can be up and running instantaneously, given the software's logically organized environment, only three "mandatory keys," and almost no typing to input repetitive text like scene headings and character names.
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.
It was great at the time but we're at that point now where it can't go on for much longer," admitted the self-employed environmental surveyor who, ironically, doesn't even like using Facebook and considers himself somewhat of a technophobe.
I am a confirmed technophobe and always the last buy into the latest technological advance, so I expected a gimmicky offering.