The jones for e-mail is getting acute. According to new surveys by AOL and Opinion Research Corp., as reported by Emarketer, AOL users are starting to rely on e-mail just as
much as they do on the telephone to communicate. AOL subscribers spend about an hour a day on e-mail, and say they can't go more than two or three days without checking their e-
mail. And they check it everywhere: during a business meeting, on the beach or in the bathroom. A few other nuggets fom the survey: