Internet users read more: Canadian Internet Project study

Cabot writes "A study from the Canadian Internet Project, reported in the Toronto Star found that those who use Google, Yahoo and other online sources to get their daily dose of news are more likely to pick up a newspaper, read a book or flip through a magazine than non-users of the Internet."

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Libraries are not the only place to read.

You see? Libraries are not the only place to read. This does not necessarily mean what they read on the Internet is of higher quality than what they read at the library. But they are reading more anyhow!

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