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How big is the Internet? In 1993, when Bill Clinton was inaugurated as President, there were 200 domain hosts in use and by January 1, 2004 there were 194,000,000 domain hosts in use.

Online users are now spending about 14 hours a week, on average - the same amount of time that they spend watching TV - surfing the Internet according to Media Life. Those same Internet users spend about one hour reading magazines, two hours reading newspapers and five hours listening to the radio. "The impact of online is bigger than we realized," says Barry Parr, a San Francisco-based media analyst at JupiterResearch. "The Internet is tremendously influential. It has the kind of influence that we would have attributed to TV in the past."


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