69 percent of Americans would give up coffee for the Internet

But what about sex and alcohol? Plus, the Web browser we still love to hate, disturbing British commercials, McDonald’s gets its first African American CEO, Kit Kat wants you to take a break Friday, and more.

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Not giving up the Internet is one thing. Giving up Internet Explorer is quite another. In the wake of Microsoft’s fun campaign called “The Browser You Love(d) to Hate,” The Atlantic Wire‘s Rebecca Greenfield explains why we still despise IE and its latest “comeback” version—but in a loving kind of way.

No matter your browser of choice, our social media activity definitely comes with its drawbacks—just ask city leaders. For instance, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg warned in a speech on Wednesday that he believes, “Social media is going to make it even more difficult to make long-term investments” in cities.

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