August 11, 2004

The Internet and Daily Life

Acknowledgements

Many of the comments about everyday Internet use were contributed in response to a query on our Web site, www.pewinternet.org. Additional comments came from three Web sites, whose managers were generous to let us post queries on their message boards. We appreciate the help from Beliefnet.org, WAHM.com (Work at Home Moms) and from Fatherville.com. We thank all those who took the time to think about our questions and to email us with their thoughts.

About the Pew Internet & American Life Project: The Pew Internet Project is a nonprofit, non-partisan think tank that explores the impact of the Internet on children, families, communities, the work place, schools, health care and civic/political life.  The Project aims to be an authoritative source for timely information on the Internet’s growth and societal impact.  Support for the project is provided by The Pew Charitable Trusts. The project’s Web site: www.pewinternet.org

About Princeton Survey Research Associates: PSRA conducted the survey that is covered in this report. It is an independent research company specializing in social and policy work. The firm designs, conducts, and analyzes surveys worldwide. Its expertise also includes qualitative research and content analysis. With offices in Princeton, New Jersey, and Washington, D.C., PSRA serves the needs of clients around the nation and the world. The firm can be reached at 911 Commons Way, Princeton, NJ 08540, by telephone at 609-924-9204, by fax at 609-924-7499, or by email at ResearchNJ@PSRA.com