Internet Access Considered a Utility

By Deane Barker on December 10, 2003

Web Access a Central Utility of Daily American Life: I’d get rid of cable TV before I’d get rid of my connection.

The Internet has become such an integral part of American consumers’ daily lives that families now routinely treat their home computer monitors as they once treated their TV sets — as the central fixtures of their lives, according to a new study released by the Online Publishers Association.

Via Reach Customers Online.



  1. In my geek-i-fried home, we’ve opted for DSL instead of Cable. Sure we could afford both monetarily … but what would it cost me in dead brain cells?-)

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