10 struggles you must deal with when teaching grandma 'how to Internet'

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Technology is a natural extension of every millennial, but the struggle is real when trying to teach older generations about the Internet. Email, search engines, streaming, downloading, cookies, URLs are a whole new language and behavior that they often can's grasp very easily because they weren't born into the digital bubble. The complexity and size of the medium can be overwhelming, but it also provides an infinite number of funny situations all grandchildren have gone through when trying to teach their grandparents how to use it.

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