More evidence of the 3% / 97% schism.

I Find Karma (
Fri, 17 Jan 97 11:47:46 PST

Educom reports:
> Forrester Researcher says 15% of the U.S. population now uses e-mail,
> up from 2% in 1992. And they predict that within five years, that
> number will rise to about 50%. "It's the most popular online
> activity," says a Forrester analyst. "Growth will be fueled by the
> increase in home PC penetration and the growth of Internet access in
> corporations. Furthermore, the emergence of personalized services and
> tools that let ordinary people combine graphics and attachments will
> help make e-mail a preferred means of communication." (Investor's
> Business Daily 15 Jan 97 A6)

So, if you weren't reading email in 1992, you're a 97%er.
Give or take a % point.

:) Adam


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