Friday, October 26, 2012

Half of U.S. adults said Internet service is the most important utility in their homes

A Harris Interactive survey for Verizon found that more than half of about 2,300 U.S. adults said Internet service is the most important utility in their homes.

So, neither fresh water, electricity, sewer systems, nor even television is important. Amazing. How's this set back Maslow's hierarchy of needs? Then, there is the earlier report that Internet access is more important than sex. Are these people all lreading candidates for a Darwin Award? I think we have to worry for the survival of the species.