Please read the Digital Wave and comment on age as a digital divide.
Meanwhile, here is today's programme blog.
There is a new enthusiasm in the tone of our office discussions of how to cover the Arab/Israeli conflict .
The difference is the election to the leadership of the Israeli Labour Party of Amir Peretz.
As well as a generational shift in that party his election also marks a change of emphasis towards more 'working class' issues, away from the preoccupation of Ashkanzi (ie mostly European) Jews with geopolitics.
Mr Peretz wants to campaign on social issues, and in particular how much the defence budget is costing poorer families in lost opportunities and welfare.
Voters in the coming election may not allow the main issues to be domestic. Violent incidents by militants could force the debate back onto exclusively security questions
But without taking sides at all, of course, I'd have to admit that not having to report for another year on the well worn arguments between Shimon Peres and Ariel Sharon is something of a relief.