The digital divide gets granular

The digital divide gets granular
"This makes me think that the digital divide may or may not be growing wider, but it’s growing more granular. As more and more aspects of our culture have a digital dimension, there are more and more ways to get confused, fall behind, and so on. And as more technology assumes an always-on or always-connected state to be the natural state, it becomes easier to have digital cracks in the sidewalk to jump over if you aren’t willing or able to pay for that kind of connectivity."

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