“A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels,” —Proverbs 1:5. A computer is a tool. Some tools are used for wood. Others are used for machines. A computer is used for information—to store it, to sort through it, to process it, to write it, to reshape it, and even to send it electronically.
In some way or another, we all work with information. We can write letters or even books with a computer. We can do schoolwork, keep family information, and even do research on it. We can use them to make greeting cards, publish a family newsletter, or draw. We also can communicate with others through the use of email (electronic mail). The list goes on.
Understanding how computers work and being able to effectively use one are invaluable skills for a young man to possess.
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