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Report: Social Networks More Popular Than E-Mail

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There's some surprising new information about the evolving nature of how people use the Internet and what they use it for.

According to a new report, social networking and blogs have pulled ahead of personal e-mail among popular Internet activities.

News & Notes digital producer Geoffrey Bennett explains.



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