It seems Internet usage is getting closer and closer to commonplace in households and in the office as a recent poll estimates that 79% of adults are now online.
When Harris Interactive began the survey back in 1995, only nine percent of adults reported they went online.
The amount of time that people are spending online has also risen. The average number of hours per week that people are spending online is now at 11 hours, up from 9 hours last year and 8 hours in 2005.
On the other end of the Internet usage spectrum, Michelle Hoffman at Realtor Magazine Online writes a very good article about Generation Y – a demographic comprised of people born between 1970 and the mid nineties.