According to an article on SiliconValley.com, “Teenagers turn Internet blogs into a new social scene where they can hang out, flirt and share their thoughts”:
In terms of sheer numbers, the blogosphere is dominated by teens and young adults. According to the research firm Perseus, 52 percent of all bloggers are teenagers, and an additional 40 percent are in their 20s.
I think this is the survey in question: “The Blogging Iceberg – Of 4.12 Million Hosted Weblogs, Most Little Seen, Quickly Abandoned”
Do the math: that means that of us over thirty (and I’m pretty sure that this includes all four of us writing for STF) consist of approximately 8% of the total blogosphere. We’re dinosaurs. 🙂