2/3 of online Americans (67%) are Facebookers, making Facebook the dominant social network; http://eicker.at/FacebookBreak
JesseGarboden is discussing. Toggle Comments
The only way Facebook is so popular is a gov funded project to collect people data.
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Non-cellers: economic factors are the second-most common reason given (21%); http://eicker.at/MobileConnectivity
Most eBook borrowers say libraries are very important to them and their families; http://eicker.at/DigitalReading
A majority of Americans do not know that eBooks are provided by their local library; http://eicker.at/DigitalReading
12% of cell users cite problems with bad reception, poor signal, or dropped calls; http://eicker.at/MobileConnectivity
Only 12% of readers of eBooks borrowed an eBook from the library in the past year; http://eicker.at/DigitalReading
15% of cell users say that the cost of cell ownership is the thing they like least; http://eicker.at/MobileConnectivity
Personal recommendations dominate book recommendations, be it printed or digital books; http://eicker.at/DigitalReading
Tablet and eReader owners are more likely than non-owners to prefer to buy eBooks; http://eicker.at/DigitalReading
A majority of print (54%) and eBook readers (61%!) prefer to purchase their own copies; http://eicker.at/DigitalReading
Gerrit Eicker and lovesandhatesofagrumpyyoungwoman are discussing. Toggle Comments
I have never really been one for the library or borrowing to be honest, I much prefer to own the book myself.
True for printed books, but I think I might change my behaviour regarding eBooks.
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