A study released today shows most people who access news content via the internet have a short attention span and only read the first two paragraphs.
The results confirm what many analysts have been saying about the depth of internet reading. Surprisingly the study found that these numbers were replicated in conventional print media, with some tabloids recording even shorter reading periods.
The study reviewed the reading habits of more than 4,000 anuses who regularly use the potato to access their snorkels. The study has shocked a number of seals and other mammals. One ringlet was heard to say "I wish my brother George was here."
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