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PIP Data Memo: Use of the Internet in places other than home or work (03 Mar 2004)
Those who use the Internet in some place other than home or work fall into two main camps. The first camp consists of the online Americans who seem to go online wherever they are. These users often have access at home and at work and they are anxious to have access from other places as well. Many of them are young - under the age of 30 - and avid Internet users. On a typical day, more than half the people accessing the Internet from a third place are between ages 18-24. Nearly half of students (48%) have accessed the Internet from a third place. They are the anywhere, anytime users of the Internet.
Article URL: http://www.pewinternet.org/reports/toc.asp?Report=115

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