The digital generation gap: A classic example May 3, 2007Posted by Malene Charlotte Larsen in Generation gap, MySpace, Social networking sites.
Is there really a huge generation gap between youngsters and their parents when it comes to new media? I’m not sure. However, many parents seem to have a hard time understanding their children’s use of new social media and especially social networking sites.
On Carolyn Shelby’s blog I just read a classic example of this. A parent who is in no way up-to-date with MySpace where his step-daughter has created a profile. The father is worried because an old pervert is trying to pick up his daughter:
“It’s some guy named Tom, and his profile says he’s 31.”
Read the post and find out who the old pervert is here