This article on eWeek, with the hyperbolic title of "RIP: The Web 2.0 Office Suite", if you ignore the title, and all the content, actually has a rather interesting pie chart. Now I know nothing of the validity or methodology of the data gathered, but for the sake of argument let's presume it is correct. Mr. Wilcox tries to use the data to imply that on-line office suites are dead. The data does show that 94% of those surveyed have never used an online office application, with 73.2% never even having heard of their existence. On the other hand, if you do a little math the data also shows that of those that actually did use an online office suite 70% have continued to use it in one form or another, either in conjunction with, or totally replacing, their desktop office suite.