Study: Video Will Soon Consume One-Third of Each Day

Video Will Soon Consume One-Third of Each Day

Pretty soon TV watching will become so all-consuming that we’ll have to do it in our sleep

US Internet users ages 12 and older surveyed in June 2008 spent 6.1 hours daily with video-based entertainment, according to Solutions Research Group’s “Multiplatform Video Report.” They concluded that about four hours per day were spent on traditional television, including live, digital video recorder (DVR) and video-on-demand (VOD) viewing. Video games, Web and PC video, DVDs and video on mobile devices accounted for the balance of video entertainment hours.

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One Third of Germans Want the Deutsche Mark Back

One Third of Germans Want the Deutsche Mark Back

 People tend to like their currency more when they have some of it

The euro may be soaring in value against the dollar but more and more Germans would gladly ditch the currency. The main reason for this dissatisfaction is a misguided tendency to blame it for inflation. Another reason, of course, might be nostalgia for the deutsche mark.

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