The Kids Embrace Web 2.0, Old Folk Stick To 1.0

The Kids Embrace Web 2.0, Old Folk Stick To 1.0
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A poll by the Guardian newspaper shows that a third of young people (14-21 yrs) online have launched their own blog or website while their parents use the web for...

Guy Brighton
  • 10 october 2005

A poll by the Guardian newspaper shows that a third of young people (14-21 yrs) online have launched their own blog or website while their parents use the web for information seeking or ecommerce:

Millions of young people who have grown up with the internet and mobile phones are no longer content with the one-way traffic of traditional media and are publishing and aggregating their own content…. there are signs of a significant generation gap, and rather than using the internet as their parents do – as an information source, to shop or to read newspapers online – most young people are using it to communicate with one another.

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