It's not much of a surprise that 90% of 18- to 29-year-olds are online, but now, so are almost half (46%) of Americans age 65 and older.
Thank goodness for the Pew Center, huh? Headquartered in Washington, D.C., Pew describes itself as a "nonpartisan 'fact tank' that provides information on the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world." The Internet Project is one of seven focus areas, including America's Hispanic population, journalism, religion, social and demographic trends and global attitudes.
I believe Pew's Internet & American Life Project is one of the best mirrors available to view our digital selves. Name a category: age, race, social groups (sports teams, bridge clubs...), even generations. Pew is probably already tracking how that cohort is using the Net. Perhaps you're thinking that you're ahead (or behind) the curve of web users your age. Visit the Pew site and find out if you're right.