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Jun 9, 2005ClickZ.com
"Adult Internet users are turning to do-it-yourself (DIY) Web sites for instruction, not just home repair. A report from Pew Internet & American Life Project finds one in 20 people search for help in a typical day."Many news sites move...
Jun 1, 2005Information Today
"One of the most consistently interesting and valuable sites on the Web is the Pew Internet & American Life Project. I reviewed it in the April 2003 issue of Information Today, and I visit it regularly for fresh insights on how Americans are using...
May 30, 2005U.S. News & World Report
"Finding a new doctor in a new town is a daunting task. The Pew Internet and American Life Project wanted to find out if the online world made it any easier. So they did a survey. "One person said she had polio as a child, was moving to San Antoni...
May 28, 2005Chicago Tribune
"When most Americans had barely heard of the Internet, Tiffany Shlain predicted that communicating with computers one day would connect countries, cultures and communities.Of course, she was right, and over the last 20 years Shlain has not...
May 22, 2005The Contra Costa Times
"Godcasts, religious and spiritually themed podcasts, have been fruitful and multiplied, becoming the most popular use of the new online technology since it debuted less than a year ago. Searches for "Godcast" and "pod preachers" increased 355 per...
May 19, 2005Business 2.0
"A study released this week by the Pew Internet & American Life Project and Manhattan-based researcher BuzzMetrics has poked some holes in the blogosphere. It turns out that bloggers aren't an all-powerful army of pundits raucously setting the nat...
May 18, 2005The Wall Street Journal
"A survivor of childhood polio, Lynn Lekander became worried that she might be at risk for post-polio syndrome, and went online to research the debilitating condition, which can strike 10 to 40 years after recovery. On a Web site called postpolio....
May 18, 2005South Florida Sun-Sentinel
"Ellen Gartner and her husband, Stephen Ratner, of Boynton Beach are setting up a Web site so people with tinnitus, a condition that causes ringing in the ears, can find the support group they run and get information on a technique that has brough...
May 17, 2005Reuters
"Web logs, or blogs, may be a powerful new force in U.S. politics but they have not displaced traditional media in terms of information and influence, a study revealed on Monday.""Charting the discussion of issues during the 2004 president...
May 17, 2005Yahoo News
"Sure, they'll Google the sniffles.But there's a limit to the online health help patients seek.Yet health care marketers lack a magic prescription for capturing their attention, and many are playing catch-up in the information age....
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the percentage of registered voters who let others know how they voted on a social networking site such as Facebook or Twitter, during the 2012 presidential election.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trust.