Study: Internet use in U.S. homes dips | CNET News.com: "time, on average, people spend online at home. Average usage time for U.S. citizens dipped by 2 percent from a year ago, to 13 hours and 44 minutes a month, the study showed. Hong Kong, conversely, topped the list with its per-person average almost reaching 22 hours a month. The year-over-year growth for Hong Kong was 25 percent."
gosh. Shoudn't people be running aroudn instead of being in front of their computer?
need more sleep. i was dreaming of the odr pricing last night... yawn.