According to research conducted by the Nielsen company (you know, the TV ratings folks), the average internet user now spends 68 hours online per month. That may sound like a lot, but it only comes out to an average of about two and a quarter hours a day — something we'd guess many Lifehacker readers demolish. So how about you? 68 hours seem about right? [Nielsen via Mashable]
The Average Internet User Spends 68 Hours Online Per Month
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