Are your older relatives on Facebook? They might be a source of endless amusement, but, despite what you might think, they’re not just on there to stalk you. Slate reports that a new survey released by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) “shows that baby boomers in the 50-year-old-or-better age bracket are cool with the Internet, down with Facebook, hip to the iPad and not just using the web to spy on their kids and grandkids. Read the survey on Mashable.
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