December 7, 2006
Survey Finds Teens Love IM, Duh
The Associated Press is reporting survey results that compare the use of Instant Messaging between teens and adults. The results show that teens use IM more than adults. What a surprising development. (That's sarcasm, son, to paraphrase Foghorn Leghorn.) One third of teen IM users can't live without it, which is double adults. Adults love email, but teens prefer IM. Both groups use the telephone when they want to discuss something serious, with 72% of teen IM users and 84% of adult IM users going for the handset.
There are lots of other comparisons in the report. Here's the story via the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
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