New fireworks with China’s internet population
New fireworks with China’s internet population.
There is a new entry in Beijing’s 2008 Olympic Games: the internet.
A recent article about hip librarians (and a visit from Gary Price) sent me back to ResourceShelf.com.
“Good enough” technology
MP3s, dishwashers, can openers, and Twitter are examples of "good enough" technologies.
Bloggers and Reporters on China’s Internet Population
From blogs on world health care to public radio’s The World, there were many interpretations of last week’s report on China’s internet population.
Minnesota Public Radio Midmorning Show: Social Networking Sites and Teens
A recent Minnesota Public Radio show on social networking sites and teens should be of special interest to parents, educators, researchers and anyone interested in the way digital communication is shaping the lives of young people.
Zombies and Alter Egos at the FTC
The Federal Trade Commission’s Spam Summit was an occasion to celebrate the (limited) success of the CAN-SPAM Act and to discuss the latest criminal threats online.
Dispatches from China
If today’s essay on China piques your interest, check out some other dispatches from Deborah Fallows.
Spam Summit 2007
The typical citizen response to discovering that their computer is part of a botnet: “I thought it was running slow recently.”
Home Broadband Adoption 2007
47% of adults have high-speed internet connections at home as of early March 2007, up five percentage points from a year earlier.