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Nov 15, 2011Aaron Smith
Social networking sites are appealing as a way to maintain contact with close ties and reconnect with old friends.
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“Web 2.0” is an umbrella term that is used to refer to a new era of Web-enabled applications that are built around user-generated or user-manipulated content, such as wikis, blogs, podcasts, and social networking sites.
David LaGesse, U.S.News & World Report
Nov 12, 2006
We've gotten cozy with the Web, clicking through sites as easily as we do TV channels with the remote control. Now, quit lollygagging and get to work! A new Web is emerging, and it depends on our sweat to succeed. Hundreds of new sites are trying to ...
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Constance Loizos, The Mercury News
Oct 9, 2006
"Still trying to figure out exactly what Web 2.0 means? You're in good company.For a report published last week by the Pew Internet Project titled ``Riding the Waves of Web 2.0: More Than a Buzzword But Not Easily Defined,'' researchers spent two yea...
Jason Lee Miller, WebProNews.com
"Pew Internet and American Life Project released a six-page analysis of Web 2.0, attempting to define, exactly, what types of Internet applications the phrase covers. The end result: like porn, we know Web 2.0 when we see it; and Web 2.0 has been her...
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Enid Burns , ClickZ.com
Oct 6, 2006
"Web sites and software companies have embraced a number of "Web 2.0" approaches and technologies, and many marketers have jumped on the bandwagon. Yet while sites embracing "2.0" tenets such as distributed content creation have a clear growth advant...
Oct 5, 2006Susannah Fox, Mary Madden
“Web 2.0” has become a catch-all buzzword; the Pew Internet Project and Hitwise provide data to put it in perspective.
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Wendy Davis, Media Post Publications
Oct 5, 2006
Everyone's heard of "Web 2.0" But many--even the people who use the term most often--are hard-pressed to articulate how "Web 2.0" differs from the Internet before 2004, when the term was coined. This morning, the Pew Internet Project, using data from...
Jan 12, 2006Lee Rainie
Lee Rainie appeared on The Diane Rehm Show on NPR on January 12, 2006, speaking about the future of TV.
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Nov 2, 2005
American teenagers are utilizing the interactive capabilities of the internet as they create and share their own media creations.
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Nov 2, 2005Amanda Lenhart, Mary Madden
American teenagers today are utilizing the interactive capabilities of the internet as they create and share their own media creations.
Sep 7, 2005Mary Madden
n the days after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast region and knocked out cell phone towers and landline telephone service, citizens, local community organizations, government agencies and news outlets turned to the internet as a communicat...
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of teachers we surveyed say their students usually know more than they do when it comes to using new digital technologies.
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.