January 26, 2006
• Eight percent of Americans feel uncomfortable eating with metal utensils.
• Most mental asylums on the Western Hemisphere enforce a strict "no shaving" rule on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
• In 1999 a typical family computer would spend 95 percent of its total uptime waiting for input. In 2005 this decreased to 51 percent of time spent waiting for input, while time spent processing spyware and malicious code increased to 43 percent.
• More haplographic errors occur with the letter "r" than with the letters "a", "e", "i", "o", and "u" combined.
• The World Wide Web Consortium estimates that there are two lines of syntactically incorrect HTML code published to the Internet per every five valid lines.