Boomers are seen as the "very natural constituency" for the successor to the new century's successor to the social revolution of the 1960s, Facebook, Twitter and other social networks, said George Clack, social media consultant for the Foreign Service Institute. Despite privacy concerns, boomers and seniors both embrace the advantages of the technology, which among other things can open an online door to rediscovering long-lost acquaintances.

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