The Internet created the Information Age for average and even the poor population. All information is a click away, available daily. Previous decades, ones would have to take time to go to the library for research,,most could not do that very often,,not daily, not easily,,average people would have to rely on the Reader's Digest for some basic information and for many people the Awake! was being delivered for 5 cents to learn sometimes about such things as the "koala bears" or such simple subjects.
I think most JWs initially were just wanting to learn more.. and because of availibility,,it was the Watchtower that came by easily and cheaply. Most JWs were not morons, just didn't have enough resources conveniently, inexpensively available.
Now things are different. It is archaic, for JWs to be bringing literature door to door,,very limited information, expensive, the paper waste, gas and hopefully JWs may gradually value their productivity of their 'time' more.
I have full confidence in the youth to see and value this Information Age clearly. The old methods of the Watchtower are outdated, of no value. The third-world areas with not much computers access, The Watchtower will not thrive in such areas too long as it will not truly help such areas with their needs and people there may only go in relatively briefly but out even more quickly as the Watchtower will only deal with them harshly to meet the cultic demands.