For me, born in the early seventies, a computer is something you put things into. You keep and sort recipes and photos, write and play games. Things in the computer are made to look like things outside the computer and mimic human behavior.
My seven-year-old has grown up with computers. For him it is as natural item as anything else in life. And he takes thing out of the computer. No, not printouts, but games. He sees a game he likes and he builds it with real items. He runs with a toy car along a track built with blocks jumping over laser walls (color pens), skidding in oil patches (rubber bands) and avoiding bypassing enemies (whatever toy he can maneuver with his free hand).
For me, I think about if a game could be done on a computer; he, applies what he finds in a computer game in his play. Where my generation puts things into a computer, does his generation takes out?