Baby v. bathwater
Bill Gates sounds off on music file sharing.
“Pictorial passwords” make logging in a bit like a personal concentration game.
Eustace Tilley Moves On
The New Yorker magazine begins to figure out the internet.
Free internet data
Going back to March 2000 and the dawn of the Pew Internet Project we have posted our survey data and some new data sets are now available.
Lots of Americans do research for their jobs online
Justice Kennedy, and other Justices who may do research online for Court opinions, are joined by about 27 million other adult Americans who use the internet to conduct research connected to their jobs.
White Smoke and the Pope Blog
Despite the rapturous speed with which the news of the newly elected Pope disseminated in digital bits and bytes throughout the world today, the source that first announced the breaking story was the same brick-and-mortar reporter we’ve relied on …
Meetup Says ‘Pony Up’
Meetup.com, the favorite web business of political sociologists, announced yesterday that it will institute a fee for its community organizing service beginning May 1.
There is a new online cat-and-mouse game between the United States and China, the two internet superpowers.
Pictures Don’t Lie
Google Maps takes “vanity searches” to a whole new level.
Netting Your Nuptials
Maybe it was the news of the royal wedding last weekend, or maybe it’s my own personal experience with wedding planning, but I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the role the internet plays in planning, promoting and archiving a major life event …