Judging by the Computer and Internet Terms they don't know, Older Adults have got it made in the shade. They are the last non-plugged-in humans on the planet, or at least the Western hemisphere.
In the world of the Older Adult, there is no Computer and internet addiction.
No obsessive gaming.
No Internet Blocking Productivity Software.
No glimmer of the possibility that surfing the internet is actually addictive!
For the Older Adult, "surf the internet" is merely a term that needs defining:
Surf the Net:[pause]
To explore various websites on the Internet.
Reading right along....(which is what happens to Older Adults who don't need a Glossary to tell them what Surfing the net means), I find myself partial to the definition of "Clicking":
Pressing and releasing a button on a mouse to select or activate the area on the screen where the cursor is pointing. Usually, you click on the left side of the mouse (called a left click). For more advanced functions, you click on the right side of the mouse (called a right click).