Digital Generations Morning Edition features a weeklong series of reports on how the Internet is changing the lives of ordinary Americans. Now more than ever, the Web is becoming the primary source of news, entertainment and communication for an increasing number of people. But gaps in access still exist between young and old, rich and poor -- and some worry the Internet has become a substitute for real learning and human interaction.

Digital Generations: Rural High-Speed Web Access

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Digital Generations: Growing Up in a High-Tech World

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Digital Generations: High-Speed Withdrawal

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Digital Generations: Unplugging for Art's Sake

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Digital Generations: More Seniors Logging On to the Web

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