I didn't fail to see the irony when I first started looking into the digital divide. Up until a month ago, I was on the losing end of that divide—the gap between those that have access to networks of information and those that don't, like me. The last computer I'd owned was a Commodore 64 I used to play Frogger on back in 1985. I replaced my rotary phone with a touch-tone just two years ago. I'd managed to make it through four years of college without personal Internet access, without even a word processor.