Research says: For every additional minute the average American spends online recreationally, they spend roughly 16 fewer seconds working, nine fewer seconds watching TV, and seven fewer seconds sleeping.
- Work (Wrong. Off. Zero.)
- TV (Stretch Big).
- Sleeping (Stretch Large).
- Offline Socializing (What’s that?)
- Relax and Thinking (Who’s got time? Stretch.)
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