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Americans increasingly browsing before breakfast

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According to an article in the New York Times yesterday, many Americans now make the Internet their first stop of the morning:

After six to eight hours of network deprivation -- also known as sleep -- people are increasingly waking up and lunging for cellphones and laptops, sometimes even before swinging their legs to the floor and tending to more biologically urgent activities.

I'm going to file this in our UN-surprising category.

Via The Skeptical Hypochondriac
Photo by whatleydude

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