Survey: Fewer people blog, (almost) everyone e-mails

How do Americans of all ages communicate online? A Pew Internet survey of U.S. adults 18 and older found they’re blogging less — especially 18 to 33 year olds — and spending more time on social networks. The survey ranked online activity according to popularity among various age groups. Across all age groups, e-mail was the most popular activity, followed by search, and looking for information on health. Time spent visiting virtual worlds ranked last. Read more about the survey at

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