Making Use of the Web Entertainment Americans, on average, spend nearly six percent of their income on entertainment, which includes tickets for concerts and movies, electronic equipment, hobbies, and services. They have scaled back their away-from-home activities in favor of in-home entertainment as they have invested in home theaters, high-speed Internet, and game consoles. Many websites satisfy our cravings for amusement. For example, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum has videos, stories, and a comprehensive “The Story of Rock” to enjoy.The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) has facts about more than 2.7 million movies, television shows, and entertainment programs. It also has video highlights, quotes, quizzes, and movie showtimes. Other entertainment websites have a variety of content aimed at amusing visitors and relieving boredom. Research This: (a) Locate the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum website and view the information about the latest inductees.What is the total number of inductees? Which artists have been inducted more than once? Describe two upcoming events.Which classes are being offered in the Rock and Roll Night School? (b) Locate the Internet Movie Database website.Take the IMDb Internet Icon Quiz.What score did you earn? What are three movies opening this week? What is the top news story of the day? (c)Visit an entertainment website. What content is featured, such as humorous and sports video clips, photos, animations, and audio clips? What categories are available? Are advertisements included in the content? Which content is available at no cost, and which requires a fee to access?