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Gen Y: The insecure generation?

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    The thread is approaching a day old. It seems to me us older ones have posted here, except Vladimir, whom I believe is the youngest and would consider to be in the Gen Y. (All, please correct me if I'm wrong, for I'm only a month into the forum and presently getting to know members)

    That being said, I have to ask myself why the younger aren't posting? Is it that the subject matter is not interesting to them? Which would fortify the subject of the article. Just wondering....

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    They're all finding out about Raspberry Pi's......
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