The Associated Press reports that an AP-AOL survey has found that there is an “instant messaging gap” between teens and adults. The survey examined how Americans use or ignore instant messaging. While some teens can’t imagine life without it, some members of older generations prefer to use the telephone or eMail for their communications. 51-year-old Steve Wilson says that IM compared to eMail and the telephone is the “worst of both worlds. It manages to combine all the things I don’t like about each.” However, Michelle Rome, a 17-year-old high school senior spends over two hours a day sending and receiving instant messages. The study found that almost half of those aged 13-18 (48 percent), use instant messaging, which is twice the percentage of adults who use it. The study also found that more than half of the teens who use instant messaging send more than 25 messages a day, and one in five send more than 100. In addition, three-fourths of adults who use instant messaging still use eMail more frequently…