Microsoft Study Finds One In Four Students Value Internet Access Over Life Expectancy

13 November 2013

RTÉ News:

The European survey, carried out by Microsoft, found that one in four students love technology so much that they would rather live to the age of 60 with internet access, than to the age of 80 without it.

If I had been asked to participate in this study1, answering affirmatively would have been scarily easy to justify in my mind. Internet access is a pivotal part of my life.

1 I am a European student, after all.