New study shatters Internet 'geek' image

[T]he typical Internet user is an avid reader of books and spends more time engaged in social activities than the non-user, it says. And, television viewing is down among some Internet users by as much as five hours per week compared with Net abstainers… —New study shatters Internet ‘geek’ image (CNN)

Too bad that the folks who conducted the research, UCLA’s Center for Communication Policy, only published their findings in a MS-Word document and a PowerPoint file. The same page also includes PDF archives. These are all very unfriendly formats for online readers with slow connections. (Okay, I have a good connection at the office, but not at home, where I am now.)