For marketing professionals, entrepreneurs, and Internet geeks, here’s an interesting infographic built by Rogers on how we see the Internet. One interesting question in that survey was asking Canadians what they would be ready to give up to keep the Internet, and many are ready to give up coffee, alcohol and many other addictions.

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Here’s a video version of the infographic:

A few joke that 20 years ago, we used to create music, write, shop or learn “in the real life”, and now, all you can see is everyone glued to their screens… even when going outside such as coffee shops. In 2012, numbers are still on the rise, with even a few countries stating that Internet access is a basic human right. With the development of mobile devices such as the Google glasses, and new high bandwidth networks, it’s obvious that trend is not going to stop anytime soon.

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