A story in this morning’s Wall St. Journal points out that more people now access the Internet from home using broadband than dial-up.

More than half of U.S. Internet users connected through broadband services from home in July, the first time high-speed connections surpassed slower dial-up services, according to new research from Nielsen/NetRatings. About 63 million people connected to the Web through broadband in July, compared with 61.3 million through narrow-band services, the firm said. The broadband connections represented 51% of home Internet users that month, compared with 38% in July of 2003.