Olivier DONNAT
november 2007
12 p.

While members of the culture public are more often discerning internauts than the general average, they do not give particular preference to the cultural uses of the Internet. Most of them were already adults by the time the Internet became established in people's homes. Their digital behaviour tends therefore to tie into their cultural habits more as an adjunct than a substitute. But what will the situation be tomorrow with the generations that currently sustain the 'youth net' and build their cultural universe in large measure out of the online culture?