A new Parks Associates study finds that U.S. teenagers now prefer instant messaging to email. Less than one-fifth of those surveyed between the ages of 13-17 use email as their primary method of communication with friends, compared to almost 40 percent of adults aged 25-54. Labels: Jointblog
As seen in the chart above, those ages 24 or younger prefer instant messenger to communicate with friends, while those 25 and over greatly prefer email.
posted by Chris Kennedy @ Sunday, November 05, 2006,