Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Survey: U.S. residents addicted to e-mail - Computerworld

Survey: U.S. residents addicted to e-mail - Computerworld: "The average e-mail user in the U.S. has two or three e-mail accounts and spends about an hour every day reading, sending and replying to messages, according to the survey, conducted by Opinion Research Corp.
E-mail dependency is so strong for 41% of survey respondents that they check their e-mail inbox right after getting out of bed in the morning. The average user checks his inbox five times a day, according to the survey, which polled 4,012 respondents at least 18 years old in the 20 largest U.S. cities."

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