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Unformatted text preview: ONLINE ACTIVITIES OF OUTSIDE -THE HOME INTERNETINTERNET USERRES The pattern of on-lineonline activities by people who used the InternetInternet outside the home differed from, that of home users. With the exception of job related activities, a smaller share of people, who used the InternetInternet outside the home, reported engaging in each of the measured activitesactivities. Among internetInternet users outside the home, 50.2% were online for job-related tasks, an increase from 44.6 percent in 1998. In 2000, 32.2% of people using the InternetInternet from outside the home died so to take courses--—down from 38.8% in December 1998. In 2000, 45.0% of people using the InternetInternet did so to search for information in 1998 , the figure was 50.1%. People using the InternetInternet outside the home to check news, sports, and weather also dropped slightly. On the other hand, e-mail use was up to 59.1% in 2000 from 53.6% in 19961996 is referenced in this instance but elsewhere statistics from 1998 are used. Is there from 53....
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2010 for the course ENGLISH 5000 taught by Professor M during the Spring '10 term at Armstrong State University.
- Spring '10