AW: [Air-l] Internet statistics for Australian homes, schools, and workplace
sam_liban at gmx.de
Fri Jul 4 14:19:19 PDT 2003
Regarding international internet-penetration, I always found
They used to have up-to-date data....but I have not visited them for a year
or so (which is too long for an Internet site :)
Regarding Australia (but you probably know this anyway)
http://www.abs.gov.au/ seems a good place to find any statistic.
Hope it helps!
Take care and a happy 4th of July to all who love independence!
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> Don Leu
> Gesendet: Freitag, 4. Juli 2003 18:10
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> Betreff: [Air-l] Internet statistics for Australian homes, schools, and
> I am a new member of this list. It appears to be a wonderful community
> of supportive colleagues.
> I wonder if anyone can point me to the most recent survey data on the
> penetration of the Internet within Australian homes, schools, and
> workplace settings? I have the stats from the Australian Yearbook,
> 2002 which covers the period from 1998-2001. Is there an updated
> source for this information that would also include 2002, and possibly
> the first half of 2003?
> Many thanks, in advance, for any information you might be able to point
> me to.
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