Ever notice that an immigrant can learn to speak the language of his/her new country fluently... but an older person retains the accent of his/her language of origin, whereas an younger person speaks the new language accent free? Marc Prensky, in his article entitled Digital Natives - Digital Immigrants, uses the analogy to refer to those who, while perhaps knowing how to use technology, find it to be... well... a different paradigm.
Instead of dwelling on this, let's take a look at a digital immigrant in action:
By a show of hands, how many are digital immigrants?
In what ways are you finding it difficult, or scary, to make use of the technology tools we have at our disposal?