What’s Your Typical Day Online?

July 21, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Trends

From wired.com: An internet-usage pyramid, representing 9 hours “total daily intake” of internet media goodness, average for your typical net-savvy citizen. The breakdown, from top to bottom:

Courtesy wired.com

Courtesy wired.com

  • Gaming - 1 hour
  • Microblogging - .75
  • Social Networking - 1.25
  • Feeds and Blogs - 1
  • Traditional News - 1.5
  • Podcasts - 1
  • Online Video - 1
  • DVR/TV - 1.5

My typical day online is different, especially I don’t really do podcasts and barely watch TV nowadays. Here’s my own breakdown, taking into account my online content responsibilities for several sites:

  • Microblogging - 1
  • Social Networking - 1
  • Feeds and Blogs - 1
  • Gaming - 2
  • Online Video - 2
  • Blogging - 3

My 10 hour total is actually conservative. My internet consumption can last as long as 14 hours, given my day job as the moderator of a popular online forum.

What is your typical day online? Feel free to share as a comment below.

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