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By: kenc

Mon, 10 Sep 2007 21:19:04 +0000

Those books you remember are still very much in use. Last year alone they were referenced over 15 billion times. 90% of all adults reference them at least once a year, 75% in a typical month, and 50+% on average month. How about on average 1.4X each week? The myth that the Internet is all we need is just that – a myth. The Wall Street Journal reported last week that the broadband market is about tapped out. There will always be a good percentage of the population that will never have access to the industry’s Internet products. Barely more than 50% of households in the U.S. (about 56 million homes), currently subscribe to a high-speed Internet service. An additional 21 million households still use dial-up connections (yes, you read that right – dial-up connections).