[SATLUG] Aspergers thoughts

Ernest De Leon edeleonjr at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 19:09:24 CDT 2008


Actually, if you read the last article I sent out about Asperger's and IT
(which includes Linux) it really does have something to do with Linux...how
deep the tie is can be debated, but it can't be denied...

E

On Sun, Jun 22, 2008 at 11:57 AM, Brian <astro at astr0.org> wrote:

> For the love of god/Allah/buddah/etc tag stuff like this as [OT]. This has
> absolutely nothing to do with Linux :(
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> Sent from my iPhone
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> On Jun 22, 2008, at 13:53, Mary Yatti <yatinhat at yahoo.com> wrote:
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>  I haven't posted in a while..but have been lurking from a distance..been
>> too busy working..illnesses in family etc....
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>> The topic of Aspergers piqued my interest so I thought I'd put my two
>> sense in.
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>> I have an 8 year old precious nephew diagnosed with Aspergers Disorder
>> (supposedly means: high functioning autism).  He is a born gamer.  He
>> appreciates and takes care of a good computer..so I built him a computer
>> much better than the one I have.  Top of the line video card...etc...   He
>> is a whiz at fixing software (not hardware) issues.  He spends hours
>> studying and concentrating on his interests.  He is a good kid!!! Never in
>> trouble like his siblings.  I think I'll take him swimming today...he is so
>> pale from being on the computer all day (and night if parents don't catch
>> him).
>>
>> Take care,
>> Mary
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>> http://www.maryyatti.com
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