You probably spend a good amount of your time explaining tech problems to old people, or young people who are simply dumb. But those few who are old and dumb? Here's a guide book that will lead their charge onto social media, and if we're reading that video correctly, start having lots of social network-enabled sex with each other. [Amazon via Buzzfeed]
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