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  1. Here are a couple of Internet demographics reports from the Pew Internet and American Life Project. It's specific to the US, but we all know the different filters to run this through for our countries by now.

    How Men and Women Use the Internet

    and

    The Changing Picture of Who's Online and What They Do

    I think their most recent study indicated that the average Inet user was a 45-year-old female, using it for the purpose of staying socially connected. That came out in the Spring of this year, can't find it on the site though. It was reported on Romenesko.

  2. does there anybody know if there is actually any settings for disabling worpdress avatars on one's blog...?

  3. @bentomlin
    Re: disabling avatars and other function on wordpress.com blogs
    I'm sorry but because we all work on the same shared multi-user blogging platform at wordpress.com this ability and the settings to "disable" avatars or any other functions does not exist. If it did then it would effect other blogs as well as your own. You can upload a white square and that's your only alternative.

    However, if you feel the "disable" ability is important to you wordpress has another option. You can hire a blog host and have him or her download a free blog template from http://wordpress.org then you can import your wordpress.com blog contents into your wordpress.org blog.

  4. edit: sometimes i'm stupid, sorry ;-)

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