In part two we're taking a look at Internet and online-related trends among tweens and teens. Certainly, Internet access is a non-issue for this audience with nearly nine in ten having access at home and more than nine at ten having access at school. That said, if you take a look at time spent online in a typical week during the school year, you'll see that teens tend to spend much more time online compared to tweens...and why is that? Very simple: social networking sites. In typical week during the school year, teens spend 12.5 hours online while tweens spend only 6.4 hours. The key shift among teen consumption habits is the transition to Facebook from MySpace. Somewhat akin to "American Idol burn out" much of the teen audience has grown tired with MySpace and has moved on to Facebook in the past six months. Now, interestingly enough, with the massive amount attention given to all of these virtual world communities tailor made for kids, truth be told, only a couple are even on their radar--not surprising to us, but needs to be reinforced. It doesn't take a Harvard MBA or cultural anthropologist to figure out the top site tweens visit--it's still Webkinz among both tween boys and tween girls. Neopets, owned by Viacom's interactive unit as well as Nick.com, the online companion to the cable network continue to put in strong year over year performances. Disney's acquisition of Club Penguin last year has done little so far in terms of deeper popularity, the site remains in third place among tween girls and actually dropped from 11th place to 13th place among tween boys since last summer. Another gaming site owned by Viacom to watch out for is AddictingGames, which is fast becoming the top casual gaming site among all youth, not just the kids and teens.