Why it's time to retire the techno-geek

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The geek stereotype belongs with floppy disks, dial up modems and overhead projectors in the dustbin of history.

Since its inception, the technology sector has suffered with image problems. Popular culture has almost always depicted the most technically qualified person in the room with a predictable set of c...

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