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Internet frustrations

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A national survey sponsored by Lycos, a San Jose, Calif.-based Internet search and guide company, found Americans "hopeful of the role the Internet will play in their lives, but frustrated at the prospect of trying to navigate the network easily to find useful information." Some 54% of those online report they spend most of their time searching for information rather than finding it, the survey said. And of those not online, 46% believe that if they were online, they'd spend more time in search of information than actually finding it.

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