Amid all of the noise about the broadcast networks trying to sell their new fall programs to advertisers in a process that has become known as "upfronts" and the future of the 30- and 60-second commercial, the Washington Post slipped in an interesting factoid: "that 17 percent of all households -- and most workplaces -- are equipped with high-speed Internet access."
Is everybody else on dial-up? What are these people doing? Do you think it has anything to do with cost?
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