Digital Generations: More Seniors Logging On to the Web The weeklong Morning Edition series on American Internet trends concludes with a look at an age group seemingly least likely to go online: senior citizens. Less than one-quarter of U.S. seniors currently venture onto the Web -- but that's changing as the Baby Boom generation begins to retire. Hear NPR's Catrin Einhorn.
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Digital Generations: More Seniors Logging On to the Web

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Digital Generations: More Seniors Logging On to the Web

Digital Generations: More Seniors Logging On to the Web

Digital Generations: More Seniors Logging On to the Web

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The weeklong Morning Edition series on American Internet trends concludes with a look at an age group seemingly least likely to go online: senior citizens. Less than one-quarter of U.S. seniors currently venture onto the Web — but that's changing as the Baby Boom generation begins to retire. Hear NPR's Catrin Einhorn.