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Reading elderly bloggers` blogs I realize that there`s really many out there among our senior citizens already fluent in the language of the internet, using it as an outlet for political opinions, philosophy discussions, and sharing their life experiences with their peers. But not only; many have readers of younger generations as well. Ronni Bennet, a former CBS producer and CBSNews.com managing editor, has to be considered a forefigure for elderblogging, and is herself an active speaker at conventions talking about better designing the internet interface for elderly users. Her blog has a list of links to elderblogs long as a good year, a clear sign that today`s elders are ready to come out online, guns blazing. But what about tomorrow`s elders? Will they be as interested in blogs as their parents..?