We got a flag on this question pointing out its high similarity to this other question. The second question is newer and the first has lots more views, so I closed the second as a duplicate of the first. There are good answers in both places.
Should we merge these questions so that all the answers are together? Or is there a significant difference between a 12-year-old author and a 16-year-old author that these shouldn't be treated as duplicates to begin with (and we should edit to make the difference clear and reopen)?
What does the community think about these two questions and their answers? Do any of the answers apply only to one question and not the other? Should we change anything about their current states?
Update: An answer points out that there are a lot more of these, so I don't think we want to start merging things. What should we do about them? Is there one question that everything else should be closed as a duplicate of? (Which?) Do we need a canonical question? Do we just make sure they're all tagged young-author and otherwise leave things alone?