Did you see the headlines (like this one, from the Washington Post)? The Pew Internet and American Life project released a new study on Monday showing that 72% of online adults use social networking sites. What’s more, people ages 65 and up have roughly tripled their social media presence in the last four years—from 13% in the spring of 2009 to 43% in 2013.
The study has all kinds of details about Twitter use (it has doubled since November 2010) and who is using it. You can read the original report on their website.
So, be sure to watch your language, eat all your vegetables, and be sure you’re wearing underwear without holes—if you don’t, you might get a tweet from your grandmother about it :-).