Have you joined a social-networking Web site? Do you text? Do you get your news online?
Even if you're a baby boomer who HAS embraced the ever-evolving tech scene, your children and grandchildren may doubt that you'll ever keep up or fully embrace new gadgets the way they do.
A study sponsored by AARP and Microsoft, called "Boomers and Technology: An Extended Conversation," set out to determine exactly where boomers stand on various aspects of digital life.
The study was overseen by futurist Michael Rogers. In this edition of Prime Time Radio, Rogers joins host Mike Cuthbert to discuss his findings.
We've got much more on the study, including a link to the complete text, and a video introduction. Watch