Breaking studies and the fact that we have Judge Hatchett on mute right now have revealed that people are going on the internet and watching television simultaneously. Or, as the Times of London would have it, "the latest snapshot of the communications market by Ofcom, the regulator, reveals that what it calls media stacking - the simultaneous use of multiple media - has hit the home." 90% of people 25-34 engage in media stacking. This can also involve radio. Says one fellow at Ofcom, "This is about people wanting to make the most of their time. It is a sensible reaction by people to the huge amount of choice in their lives." It's also about those catchy io Digital cable 3-for-one deals. And not wanting to devote your full brainpower to either Perez Hilton or Maury. [Times of London]