Live Science has an article about men and women using the internet differently.
“Men go for sports scores, stock tips, and the weather. Women go for email and personal health.” says the article. (Actually the percentage differences in the two sexes usage are fairly small, about 6%.)
A survey from March, for instance, found that 54 percent of online men use the Internet for job-related research, compared with 48 percent of female Internet users. A September survey found 94 percent of online women sending e-mail, compared with 88 percent for men.
So who are bloggers? What category do people who read blogs or who write blogs that aren’t on sports scores, stock tips, weather, email or personal health fall into? Not men, not women. What are we?
Apparently we’re the unusual.
Just in case you wondered.