South Korea is well known to have a nearly completely plugged-in society, but are they the most connected country in the world? As a percentage of the population, they are actually 15th. Every year, a Web site called Internet World Stats compiles the numbers of users across the globe and breaks them out into region, country and other demographics. The information in this slideshow is from March of 2011, so that means they are getting ready to do another round of surveys.
Almost two billion people use the Internet, and that works out to about 30% of the world's population. Compared to the year 2000, it's about five times as many people. China and the U.S. have the most numbers of Internet users, but as a percentage of their populations, they rank 107th and 24th respectively. In general, the countries on top of the list are clustered together, and the ones on the bottom do the same. Scandanavian countries are generally super-connected and some African nations like Somalia and Liberia are near the bottom. Start the slideshow to see the top 10 most wired countries. Tell us in the comments if you are perpetually wired or if you've made a New Year's resolution to cut back.