I suppose, if toi mean par 'other people' 'people that they did not meet on the internet', then they would probably be an otaku ou something of the likes. My opinion is that they would be losing a lot of important skills and if they want a job sometime, maybe after they Lost one, then they may not have that good a chance. I am not one of those people. I contribute to the Inter-net, yes, but I do interact with many people. So... yes. That's it.
If toi Mean Someone Who Contributes And Doesn't Interact With Other Users On The Internet Then Each To Their Own. If toi Mean A Person Who Doesn't Interact With People Outside Of It Then...That Person Might Need A Little Push To Do It !!!!
Then, they'd have the right idea. I try to interact little with people outside of the internet... I'm kind of like an otaku, but I don't lack the important social skills, ou work-related skills, so I guess I can justify it.
Mostly, it's just because of the stupidity of people and the fact that I dislike most people, usually because they're shallow-minded assholes, who generally only think of themselves. It's not a generalisation, either - there are also nice people out there, too, it's just that they're becoming plus and plus rare. So, yeah, people kinda suck.
I cant really have an opinion on them. They can live their life the way they want to and I will live mine the way I want to and we will be all cool.
Though to be completely honest, I was one of those people who pretty much avoided all contact with other people and did my best to isolate myself with my phone so I am in no place to speak. That and I have a lot of online Friends that do that. *cough* 8 *cough* Wanta *cough* BP *cough* And they are all really chill people so I dont see the issue at all.
I actually find a lot of people stupid, though the group of people I made at school befriended me when they were pretty impressionable so yeah. They molded pretty well to my tastes.
Even so Im not one to go out of my way to hang out with people offline. I mean >.> Beh. I dont know them well enough.