(via Steve via Digg)
The study found that half of internet-using Britons (51 per cent) visit just six or less sites on a regular basis. The research suggests that using just one banking, shopping, travel information and holiday website is enough for a person to keep their life well-managed.
Could it be most real people don’t really need to have as much information as we think they should have? Of course the terminology of RSS throws people off – I’ve since gone to adding my RSS links to my newsletter saying: Get these updates in your AOL, Yahoo!, Google, etc. account. – not even mentioning RSS. I think I’d rather fold socks than have to explain RSS.