Some interesting information from this posting from Compete.com
'Time is a limited resource.. As much as we hate to admit it, we each only have 24 hours on any given day to â€˜do thingsâ€™. In December 2006, we had 44,640 minutes to do whatever our hearts desired â€” be it sleep,
eat, watch TV, jump rope, or spend time online.'
# Only 20 domains capture a whopping 39% of all our time spent online.
# Only 2.1% of our time is spent on Google.com (includes all sub-domains). This surprised me somewhat, given how much I think I use Google everyday. I still think I use Google quite a bit, but now realize I donâ€™t spend much time on the site itself. Google is NOT a portal with loads of content. Gmail and G
oogle News are the only services that I spend considerable time on. Search, Maps, etc are quick look-up utilities, as they should be.
# Even if one adds time spent on Google's YouTube.com (#12) to Google.comâ€™s (#5) tally â€” it still only adds up to 2.7%, and is well below time spent on Ebay.com (NasdaqGS: EBAY) (#4).
# MySpace (NYSE: NWS – News) (#1) is miles ahead of Yahoo! (#2), however Yahoo! impresses. Yahoo holds a significant lead over Google+YouTube.com, Microsoft's (NasdaqGS: MSFT) MSN+Live.com and AOL+AIM.com. Yahoo simply needs to merge with MSN to take #1 (hint hint)
# The presence of Adultfriendfinder.com on this list is surprising, but hey, everyone needs a friend, or two!
See the list and read more here….