Wired World – statistical information on Internet use by Americans – Brief Article
Just a few years ago, terms such as “dot-com” and “surfing the Net” meant nothing to the average American. Today, millions are clicking their way through the Web. How psychology will respond remains to be seen, but there’s no question that computers and the Internet are a substantial part of 21st-century life.
Number of Americans who have access to the Internet
Number of Americans who use the Internet for health care
Average amount of time people spend online at work, per week
Percentage of people who regard the internet as a necessity
Percentage of households with a computer
Average amount of time spent online at home, per week
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