For some, it must be hard to imagine a world without the Internet. But, 15 percent of US adults are living without the World Wide Web today.
A new study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project details who these non-Internet users are. Not surprisingly, the majority of people who don't go online are elderly adults.
Forty-four percent of people 65 and older are non-Internet users; and 62 percent of the so-called G.I. generation, or the "greatest generation," age 77 and older, don't use the Web.
For comparison, only 2 percent of people between … Read more