The Guardian reviews the findings of a suvey of 14- to 21-year-olds in Young blog their way to a publishing revolution:
[A]mong those with a web connection at home, 31% said that they had launched their own personal site or blog. Those aged 16 to 17 have taken most avidly to personal online publishing, with a female bias.
No huge surprises in this survey. However, it's noteworthy that of the young people with internet access at home, eight in 10 reported having broadband:
The explosion in cheaper high-speed internet access, which allows quicker access to music and video files and is typically charged at a flat monthly rate, has led to an upsurge in the time web users spend online.
Some previous comments on young people as tomorrow's publishers.