UncategorizedDecember 22, 2004

New data on internet use and demographics

Our latest survey finds that more than half of home-internet users have broadband connections, and that there are 80 million e-shoppers, and that 14 million have contributed to charity online.

UncategorizedDecember 15, 2004

They’re dreaming of a blue Christmas

A new intersection for politics and consumerism has emerged that aspires to ignite an economic backlash to the 2004 election.

UncategorizedNovember 29, 2004

Surprising, strange, and wonderful data

A compendium of Pew Internet Project findings presented at the 10th Anniversary of the World Wide Web Consortium in Boston on December 1.

UncategorizedNovember 17, 2004

Young high-speed users flock to internet for campaign news

Got bandwidth at home? Like politics? If you answer ‘yes’ to these questions, and you’re young, the internet shaped what you learned about the presidential election.

UncategorizedNovember 16, 2004

Blogs on blogging

Blogs are emerging as an alternate source of news. Check out some blogs to learn more.

UncategorizedOctober 15, 2004

Political Online Advertising Update

DNC Post-debate ads assure that October will be a record month in political online ad spending

UncategorizedSeptember 9, 2004

Clinical Trials? Old News to E-Patients

Medical journal editors are grabbing headlines this week for demanding a registry of clinical trials, but in fact, they are just catching up to savvy e-patients who have been asking for the same thing for years.

UncategorizedAugust 26, 2004

Playing the Game

As the GOP heads into its nominating convention, two new features on the president’s campaign web site warrant attention.

UncategorizedAugust 12, 2004

California Screamin’

My favorite was a ride in the front seat of a rollercoaster called California Screamin’. Sure, I’m stuck at my desk today, but for a couple minutes I was vicariously lurching and leaning in Disneyland.

UncategorizedJuly 27, 2004

Democratic National Convention 2004

As the Democratic National Convention began, the presence of several dozen accredited bloggers reaped the lion’s share of attention from reporters on the Internet beat. But a two-minute cartoon parody of the presidential race has reaped the lion…