Inquirer article on how we're all geeks nowadays.
ACCORDING TO Carat North America and a leading internet company, youngsters aged 13-24 are now using the internet as their main source of media driven entertainment.
The research, in a joint study between the two companies, found that the main sources of entertainment for teens and young adults in an average week are led by the internet, at the top spot with 16.7 hours online, excluding e-mail. In second place was TV, with an average of 13.6 hours spent a week. In third place was radio with 12 hours, fourth place was the phone with 7.7 hours, and fifth was reading, with an average of six hours spent a week.