You might be surprised to know that you can do your own homework, but you might be more surprised to find out how much you can actually do with your internet.
The average person spends about 10 minutes a day on the internet, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.
This includes reading, watching videos and chatting online.
This figure has been rising over the past few years and now, according of Pew, it’s the second highest among Americans.
The study also found that while people tend to use a lot of their online time to do things that involve other people, they also spend more time online than they do offline.
“People spend more on online activities than offline,” said Pew.
“More people have smartphones than in the past.”
While many people spend most of their time online, there’s a surprising amount of time that’s not.
The most common way people spend time online is watching videos, according the study.
But there are other ways people spend their time that may surprise you.
“A lot of people watch sports,” said Matt O’Donnell, a co-author of the study and a professor at the University of Delaware.
“A lot people watch movies, too.
But I think what’s really interesting about video is that a lot people actually watch videos.”
That’s right, there are a lot more people watching videos than you think.
According to the study, people who watch more than a few videos a day spend more than eight hours a day online.
And while people often use a computer to watch video, they’re also getting online with smartphones and tablets.
“The trend is definitely towards people getting online on a tablet, so you might think that’s going to be a huge thing,” said O’Brien.
“But in fact, it may not be a big deal.
I think it’s actually kind of like walking around in a park or at the beach.”
While people spend a lot online, they spend less time offline.
O’Brien said it’s possible that people who spend more online may be more likely to stay online.
“I think that is true of the millennials, but I think also the millennials are really the first generation to be online,” said the professor.
“They’ve never seen the web.
So they’re going to have a lot less of a need to be offline, and also, I think a lot has changed with how people are using technology.”
O’Donnell said the trend is going to get worse as more people are turning to smartphones for their daily online tasks.
“You see more and more people using their smartphones as their primary devices for watching videos,” he said.
“So I think that will continue to increase.
People are not going to spend as much time offline as they do online.”