I found these very interesting statistics on Huffington Post yesterday. The post was titled Women Dominate Most Social Networking Sites. This is according to a survey sponsored by Pingdom, a network uptime monitoring business. The chart here gives us the interesting, detailed breakdown, by site name.

I’m not sure what, if any, conclusion to draw, but I found this interesting because personal computing and web use started out more male than female. And although I’ve been expecting it to even out, this came as a bit of a surprise to me.

Not to get gender specific or anything, but this comment–

Um . . . perha­ps that’s because women dominate MOST social discourse.

–amused me, in a comedic sort of way.

And the statistics seemed interesting, in an entrepreneurial business plan sort of way. Good to know, even if not all that surprising.

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