Is the Internet the post-modern equivalent of frat parties, road trips and other distractions for university students? A study out of Rutgers University in New Jersey suggests this is the case. The school discovered that 10 to 15 percent of 570 undergraduates studied have a problem with Web wildness: they spend much more time online than average, miss out on sleep and, ultimately, on classes.
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