At one end of the trendy Cafe Aprendiz in Brazil, patrons enjoy dishes such as three-cheese ravioli and salmon salad with cucumber, but it's not the food that has drawn a group of older women seated in the back, CNET reports: They've come for the computers. They are part of OldNet, a program that has seniors learning computer skills from high school students at a PC lab tucked in the back of the cafe. While other diners eat and converse, a half-dozen women surf the internet, chat with friends, and send eMail to relatives. OldNet is just one part of


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