UncategorizedNovember 10, 2005

The Future of the Internet

Thought-provoking scenarios of the future regarding education and network security.

UncategorizedNovember 7, 2005

National Trends, Fairfax Insights

National survey data is compared to an online survey of one Virginia county’s public school email list to dig deeper into our understanding of the internet’s impact on education, teens, and local government.

UncategorizedNovember 3, 2005

“Privacy Online: How Americans feel… the ways they are responding to new threats … and why they are changing their online behavior”

Seven basic things to understand about Americans and their privacy in the internet age.

UncategorizedOctober 28, 2005

Online Threats and Fears Are Changing Consumer Behavior

Nine out of ten internet users have taken evasive actions to avoid software intrusions, but their guerrilla tactics may not be enough. Two possible future scenarios are presented, along with questions for privacy professionals to consider.

UncategorizedOctober 24, 2005

Shifting Worlds: Lee Rainie speech about Pew Internet Project findings and its future research

Rainie discusses some of the latest findings of the Pew Internet Project and the subjects the Project is considering in the future.

UncategorizedOctober 17, 2005

The Future of the Internet as Baby Boomers Age

In ten years, the Baby Boomers will age into the 65+ demographic and change everything about the “wired senior” group, but a great many offline Americans may be with us for years to come.

UncategorizedOctober 14, 2005

Pictures with Deborah Fallows commentary entry

Pictures with Deborah Fallows commentary entry

UncategorizedSeptember 24, 2005

Broadband Adoption at Home: Growing but Slowing

This presentation shows recent trends in home broadband adoption and shows why the growth rates of the recent past are not likely to continue. The pool of remaining dial-up users are older, lower income, and less engaged with the internet than dia…

UncategorizedMay 25, 2005

“On Demand” Citizens: e-government at high speed

How Americans get in touch with government and how the advent of high-speed home internet adoption will effect government-citizen interactions.

UncategorizedMay 16, 2005

Buzz, Blogs, and Beyond: the Internet and National Discourse in the Fall of 2004

Experimental research from the Pew Internet & American Life Project and BuzzMetrics suggests that political bloggers can make an impact on politics, but they often follow the lead of politicians and journalists.