I love this challenge! I think it is crucial to consider the wants of our aging population before anything else as they are far more prone to ignoring innovation for the sake of habit. As a 20-something recent grad, I'm always trying to teach my dad how to use the shortcuts on his macbook, but he only ever listens and learns when it involves something he's genuinely interested in - like wine. If my dad heard of a workshop on how to organize his wine cellar using software available on his mac, he would have a reason to learn how to interact with his computer far more intimately. If he heard of a workshop that simply offered a tutorial of how to use all macbook shortcuts, he would go golfing. Because younger people are so much more open minded, I believe they would be much more willing to participate in a session on using technology to organize a wine cellar than a 60-something person would be in a session on using keyboard shortcuts in world of warcraft.