Before televisions and computers were invented, Americans didn’t spend any time staring at television and computer screens. They worked hard, raised their families, personally interacted with their communities (remember that?), and generally tried to make the world a better place. But now for many of us, the “virtual world” actually seems more real than the “real world” does. In fact, as you will see below, average Americans now spend most of their waking hours staring at a screen. We have willingly connected ourselves to “the matrix”, and the amount of time spent connected is rising with each passing year. A report that was just put out by Nielsen found that we spend an average of 11 hours per day interacting with media…

via Connected To The Matrix: Americans Spend Most Of Their Waking Hours Staring At A Television Or Computer Screen – The American Dream

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Connected To The Matrix: Americans Spend Most Of Their Waking Hours Staring At A Television Or Computer Screen – The American Dream

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