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For older people, it is easier to read the paper than to open their PC.

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Yoshiyuki Hashiba, a professor of journalism at Sophia University in Tokyo, explaining why newspaper circulation in Japan is holding up against Internet competition. Older readers are still subscribing to newspapers which only put about 20% of their content on their online versions. (Washington Post)

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Older readers are still subscribing to newspapers which only put about 20% of their content on their online versions

This is OBVIOUSLY the reason why they are reading papers and online informaton.

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damn, these old people are smart! I tried to log into a newspaper the other day. first it didn't take my password, then it locked the screen so i couldn't browse anywhere else!

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The most of old men (almost 70) I know have skills of PC than me. None of old women I know touch PC.

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