You and most of your friends are addicted to the Internet2/23/2012
If you can't stop refreshing that browser window or scrolling through your Twitter feed, you're not alone. According to SodaHead, 61 percent of people can't quit the Internet, with the average American spending five hours a day online. Females (64 percent) were more likely than males (55 percent) to zone out in front of the computer, and members of Generation Y (users born in the '80s and '90s) were listed as the largest group of compulsive clickers.
You might think that drinking too much and chain-smoking would make you more prone to constantly updating your Facebook status, but people with real-world addictions were actually less likely to be obsessively preoccupied with their online endeavors than those who don't indulge their corporeal cravings.
How much time do you spend online?