My comments are not on the census data, but on _you_ and your debating
tactics. Since you haven't cited any actual census numbers, there is no
reason to comment on census data itself or even to form an opinion on
whether those data are right or wrong.
Most people do other things while they commute like listening to news, talk
radio, music, use the cell phone, event surf the web.
Most of it is not work related but just time filling to keep from getting
Commute time measured by the census is strictly the travel time to and from
work. As we progress to cars that can largely drive themselves and have
wideband Internet connections, there may be a lot more people that are
actually working during their commute in a way that a company will accept as
real work instead of just filling time.
Working on the way to work is probably a poor substitute for the
interactions of the work place for many companies.
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