|Answer me these questions three, ere the other side ye see.|
View this scene from "Monty Python and the Holy Grail."
How many times do you volunteer to take the time to answer said useability survey, knowing it's likely going to be several annoyingly-phrased questions? Or do you just click, "No thanks!" and go about your way?
How about the sites that request some demographic information about you before you can proceed. Do you answer truthfully, or have you suddenly become an Internet-savvy old woman born in 1917 and currently living in Minnesota?
It seems ironic to me that we use the Internet to funnel information to us, but when the source of our info requests a little of their own, we often decline or provide false data.
Or maybe it's just me, and I've outed myself as the jerk. Still, I suspect Minnesota is nice this time of year ...