Monday, February 27, 2006

US stops joining the worldwide web - official

The RegisterInternet usage in the US has flatlined, with a third of the country's households stubbornly refusing to sign up. And don't expect any sudden surges of interest - only two per cent of US citizens surveyed by Parks Associates plan to sign up this year.

From the article "US stops joining the worldwide web - official," by Andrew Orlowski.

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