UncategorizedSeptember 13, 2007

OMG Carl Kasell Wants to Be My Friend!?

I logged into my Facebook account the other day to check on something, and I flicked over to my friend requests page after noticing that there was a new one. It was (allegedly) from Carl Kasell, NPR radio personality.

UncategorizedSeptember 12, 2007

Perceptions of Safety in Social Networks

On Monday, an interview I did with Lexi Ramage of Youth Voices on social networks and perceptions of safety aired

UncategorizedSeptember 7, 2007

Internet Addiction in China

Internet addiction in China has been described as a “severe social problem that could threaten the nation’s future.”

UncategorizedSeptember 5, 2007

How the Other Half Goes Online

How 19th century institutions are adapting to their cities’ 21st century needs.

UncategorizedAugust 31, 2007

Grumpy Broadband Users Call into WYPR’s Marc Steiner Show

Grumpy Broadband Users Call into WYPR’s Marc Steiner Show

UncategorizedAugust 30, 2007

Political loyalty programs

Campaign swag and the political network effects of the internet

UncategorizedAugust 28, 2007

Internet Cafes in Rural China

In China, the internet cafe has overtaken the workplace as the second most popular place after their own homes for internet users to go online. Most of the increase in internet café use is in rural areas.

UncategorizedAugust 27, 2007

Online News Audience

Pew Internet, Pew Research, and McKinsey analysts all come to similar conclusions: the online news space is active and ripe for innovation.

UncategorizedAugust 24, 2007

YouTubers meeting lens to lens

There’s a lot of ongoing discussion in the internet research world about how often relationships initiated online end up evolving into offline, in-person meetings.

UncategorizedAugust 22, 2007

Overstuffing ourselves with bacn

As we reported earlier this year, more Americans than ever say the volume of spam in their inboxes is increasing.