Troubling results in a recent survey of Web users in the UK. According to an article in The Independent, the Web is on most people’s can’t do without list:
A YouGov survey published last week found that Britons suffered from “discomgooglation” – a term used to describe how lost people feel if they can’t get on the internet.
Responding to the survey, more than three-quarters of internet users in the UK said they could not live without the web. More than 50 per cent also found the internet more important than religion.
I wonder what the numbers would be in the US.