If you read the article it also says 22% of those people said they did
not feel they could not afford the computer and everything associated
with getting on the Internet so that number is a little misleading in my
opinion. Plus 17% of those respondents not on the Internet said they did
not know how to use it. If this was not the case then I bet they would
subscribe for Internet services. So it sounds to me like if these people
were educated in how to use the Internet and could afford it they might
see the value.
John Scrivner wrote:
Remember this the next time someone tells you how "the US is behind in
George Rogato wrote:
MOUNTAIN VIEW, California (Reuters) - A little under one-third of
U.S. households have no Internet access and do not plan to get it,
with most of the holdouts seeing little use for it in their lives,
according to a survey released on Friday.
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