It's interesting to think of the way that access to content and technology affects and is affected by the kinds of things mentioned in the chapter: Literacy and Capital, Social Class, and Age. Region is also mentioned, but not a lot about that is said (but I think it's a sensitive issue here in South Dakota).
I'm not sure what happened to make my own experience--coming out of a very poor social class with little social capital or cultural capital. We had a big heavy set of encyclopedias! Maybe that did it. Ha! I did read in it some, but not a lot.
We had one of the first Pong games at home in the '70s, but I didn't play it much before going on to the Army. I learned to type. That was a thing that many people from my time and place didn't do or continue.