Lexicon I to L
Illectronism : This is the embarrassment, or even inability, encountered by a person to use computer machines and tools because of their lack of knowledge of how they work. It is the extension of illiteracy transposed into the digital world.
Literacy : This is the ability to understand and use computer equipment and written information on a daily basis, in one's private, professional or associative environment, etc ... to better achieve personal goals while increasing one's knowledge and skills.
Low Tech : In French "basse technologie". It is opposed to high-tech. They are practical, popular, economical, simple techniques, one of the characteristics of which is to consume recycled obsolete machines.