CNET did an informal survey of Kindle owners and it turns out that senior citizens rock the device far more than young, hipsters. This is fascinating to me and at the same time, troubling. For as I weave my way through my middle age years, I’m getting closer to that demographic. I also read that most Porsche 911 owners are over fifty. Does this mean Porsche and Kindle are wasting their money advertising to young people? Both items are normally out of the reach for college grads but well withing the reach of those who have already accumulated a lifetime of wealth. Does this mean owning a Kindle is a sign you are having a middle age crisis?