A new survey of Americans shows a large gap between the top 31 percent of adult information technology users and the 69 percent who are either offline or minimally connected.

While the technology "elites" own the most devices, use the internet and cell phones frequently, and create content such as web sites, blogs, and digital movies, the rest of the pack either relies primarily on cell phones, is just starting to experiment, or is offline altogether.

Conducted by the Pew Internet and American Life Project, the survey divides tech users into 10 categories, ranging from the 15 percent


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