UncategorizedMay 22, 2009

Online Classifieds

The number of online adults who use classified ads websites, such as Craigslist, more than doubled from 2005 to 2009.

UncategorizedMay 18, 2009

Quiz: What Kind of Tech User Are You?

Take the quiz to find out where you fit in the typology of technology users.

UncategorizedApril 23, 2009

Mobile could be a game-changer. But only for those who get in the game.

Participatory medicine is taking hold with both citizens and health professionals. But there are still pockets of people who lack access to the basic technology, lack the skills required to participate, or who may lack the sense that they are welc…

UncategorizedApril 17, 2009

Participatory Democracy, Participatory Medicine

New survey data shows that not only is there a participatory class of citizen, but there is a participatory class of patient.

UncategorizedApril 15, 2009

The Internet’s Role in Campaign 2008

A majority of American adults went online in 2008 to keep informed about political developments and to get involved with the election.

UncategorizedMarch 25, 2009

The Mobile Difference

Wireless connectivity has drawn many users more deeply into digital life.

UncategorizedMarch 23, 2009

New site feedback: More!

People like our new topic-driven navigation and updated design. The main comment: More! Users want to see even more participation and more free data.

UncategorizedMarch 13, 2009

Welcome to our new site

The Pew Internet Project studies the social impact of the internet. All of our reports, presentations, and data sets dating back to the year 2000 are available for free. Our mission is to make it easy for people to find – and share – our research.

UncategorizedMarch 5, 2009

Researching (and Reviewing) Doctors Online

An ABCNews.com story quotes Pew Internet’s research about how many people look online for information about doctors and hospitals.

UncategorizedMarch 2, 2009

Bruce Sterling on Web 2.0’s aftermath

Wondering how to describe social media and Web 2.0? Trying to figure out what happens next? Read Bruce Sterling’s latest speech, “The Brief But Glorious Life of Web 2.0, and What Comes After.”