“A new Harris Poll finds Babyboomers online are beginning to look more like the population of the country. Although senior citizens age 65 and older still lag, they are catching up and the difference is not so dramatic”, says Senior Journal.com. They go on to explain that we seniors are 16% of the population but only 10% of the on line users. Considering that at the top of age scale 80-100 most will never start to use the computer because of impairment and thus the elderly participation on the net is at a maximum level. But we are catching up and probably have maxed out as 18 million of us seniors were using the net in 1997 but now a whopping 184 million adults are computers users.
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