GJQ Ch 4 - than other people for them Like computers I had...

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Kevin Pintauro February 14, 2007 GJQ #8 Ch 4 RSP 120 One activity or class that I possess an intuitive ability for is computers. I first started using computers when I was five years old. At that age I couldn’t read well enough to follow manuals or instruction booklets that came with any software or piece of hardware so I would have to just try it out anyway. It took a few years for me to really get a good grasp on computers, but being able to work my way around MS-DOS at eight years old seemed very impressive to everyone else, except me. Because computers, I guess, came “naturally” to me, I always thought I had a higher capacity for knowledge
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Unformatted text preview: than other people for them. Like computers, I had been playing video games since as long as I can remember and I feel that I have intuitive ability for them as well. A class I have always done well in was history. I watch the history channel a lot because I like, not because I need to or should. Having a personal interest in something has always given me a greater ability to learn more about it. I think that because I know a lot about the past and lessons that history has taught us, I better understand the present and can better anticipate the future....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course RSP 120 taught by Professor Higgins during the Spring '08 term at Creighton.

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