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Some Internet Statistics...

Posted on 1998-10-19
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Last Modified: 2010-04-26
Hello I am looking for some internet statistics for a review on electronic conferences I am writing.

I realize only rough estimates can be made of these figures, but can someone give the URL of a document that gives how many estimated email addresses there are, how many internet users there are and how many computers there are connected to the internet, and how these figured have grown in the last 10 years.

Thanks in advance,
Nicholas Waltham

P.S. If you think there is a better place to ask than here, please let me know!
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ID: 1011593
I am sorry, but I couldn't find that information on the web site you mentioned. Could you be a bit more specific with the URL.

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I should also add that I don't want to have to pay for the information, because I am not being payed for the review I am writing!!!
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 Thanks - thats just what I need. Lots of lovely graphs and things. Could you add an answer instead of a comment so I can give you the points.

Nicholas Waltham

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david_levine earned 200 total points
ID: 1011598
Glad I could help... see previous comment for the links.

Good luck.

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