Examining the Internet gender gap
Women are now as likely to use the Internet as men, yet a new study shows that gaps remain in what each does online.
American men are more likely than women to check the weather, the news, sports, political and financial information, the Pew Internet and American Life Project reported Wednesday. They are also more likely to use the Internet to download music and software and to take a class.
Online women, meanwhile, are bigger users of e-mail, and they are more likely to go online for religious information and support for health or personal problems. The Washington Post has the story.
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