Originally Posted by wolfboy
I guess I see no difference between 20 somethings (and down) spending hours playing a game and 40 somethings spending hours watching Homeland, Dexter, and whatever else the show du semaine might be. Likewise, I see younger kids on facebook and maybe twitter, while those a little older might spend their time on a message board like this. More often, the lines are blurred. Plenty of 20+ types playing video games, computing, internetting, and smart phoning. I don't see a "virtual generation;" I just see a world that's changing.
Appreciate your input. We are both using anecdotal evidence for a hypothesis, just one man's opinion, mine based on raising from the cradle through the 20s and working in youth programs at church. Maybe I'm off base, but that's my working hypothesis.