Texting on the toilet

Posted to Data Sources  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

I thought this riveting post on the New York Times Bits blog about the rise of the toilet texter deserved a graphic. Since their graphics department is no doubt busy with elections, I took the liberty. I am — the 91 percent.

I got the numbers straight from the Bits post, but you can download the full report from 11mark for all the demographics. You have to register though, and I didn’t want to be the guy who creates an online account to just read a report on what people do while they make dooty. I have standards.

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