Give an end user a laptop and they will definitely fumble it up. It's almost like magic.

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    That's because they can't just use it. No, they have to "look" through things, by which they actually mean clicking through the whole system and changing random shit.
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    @Fast-Nop well how do you expect them to learn ;)

    Personally I believe that is one of the major differences why children learn things so much faster than adults, they are not so afraid of breaking things :)

    And as Musk says, invent fast and break things. If you fo not fail often your not trying hard enough.

    And he has broken quite a lot of rockets :P
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    @Voxera Yeah children aren't afraid to break things because someone else is responsible for their lives, i.e. their parents. Which sums up users' mentality level pretty neatly.
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    @Voxera zuckerberg originally gave that motto for fb :P

    but yes, they also invented and broke many things. not good , but innovative
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    A device that's meant to be carried by hands is designed to be dropped to the floor.
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    @yowhatthefuck I might have mixed them up ;)

    FB might be the “move fast, break things” and the other is Musk.
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