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  1. #1
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    Apr 2005

    PCs beat TV for the internet generation

    Britain's young people are for the first time spending more time looking at internet sites than watching TV, a new survey has revealed.
    The lives of youngsters aged between 16 and 25 are dominated by their computers. The average youth spends 23 hours a week online and 67 per cent of youngsters say they would be "lost" without their PC.


    I'm not a 'young person', but don't watch television often. haven't really done so for around 10 years. except for the world cup, of course.

    maybe the odd film a couple of times a month.

    as for television series, i really don't have a clue.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    NSW Australia
    I'm not that young anymore either I don't suppose Floh, but I spend way more time on my pc than watching telly.
    Yep, I would be lost without my pc too!

    There's too much crap on telly these days.

    One of the shows I watch with any consistency is Lost, I love that show!!
    And Sawyer

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