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  • BroncoForLife27
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    I bet people spend more time using technology then time not using technology not counting sleeping time.

    Ipod, computer, radio in car, cell, games, atm machine, tons of other stuff, etc.

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  • TheGlue Factory
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    :doh:

    :nono:

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  • GRLSLUVFTBL2
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    See us single people have nothing to worry about then....



    Wait......I do have a husband, what was his name

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  • SmithOverTO
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    Originally posted by lynchembaby
    i wonder if this study was done online

    if it was, its a nice taste of irony!

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  • saltybuggah
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    i wonder if this study was done online

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  • SmithOverTO
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    I bought an XBox 360 in June.


    I have a new laptop.

    I have a new Ipod.

    I have a new HD TV (Not really, but I wish)


    And I cant remember my wife's name Jane? Jasmine? Joan? Something like that...

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  • Snapping Turtle
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    Thats funny.

    I used to do that for sure, but now that I have my laptop I can hang out with the fam AND be on the computer!

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  • americans spend more time with tech. than spouse

    http://www.denverpost.com/ci_5075438

    Study: Americans spend more time with computer than spouse
    By Demetria Gallegos
    Denver Post Staff Witer
    Article Last Updated: 01/24/2007 09:27:34 AM MST


    A new study indicates that most people spend more time with technology than they do with their family.

    The survey found 65 percent of respondents spent more time with a computer than with their spouse or significant other.

    The survey was conducted by Kelton Research, an independent firm, and commissioned by support.com, a site that offers tech support.

    More than 80 percent of those polled said they were more dependent on their computer than they were three years ago.

    Among other findings of the "Cyber Stress" study:

    - The average consumer has experienced computer troubles eight times - about every four months - over the last three years.

    - The average American is wasting 12 hours per month - the equivalent of half a weekend - due to problems with their home computer.

    - A majority of Americans (52%) describe their most recent experience with a computer problem as one of anger, sadness or alienation.

    The survey was conducted in December and January, involving 1001 participants nationwide, with a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1%, at a 95% confidence level.
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