Online Photo Services
The holiday season is upon us again, and with it comes the annual flurry of photo-taking and sharing among family and friends.
If you’re a regular internet activity tracker, you’ll be interested to know that we’ve updated the internet activities lists and demographics table on our website to reflect the new data gathered from our latest survey.
Privacy and security online: A status report
Seven things to know about online security and privacy.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one: A hacker, a privacy commissioner, and Microsoft’s identity architect walk into a casino…
Speech at Internet Librarians conference
An overview of recent Pew Internet Project findings and some of the subjects the Project is considering in its future research.
Skype and glaciers
The thrill of getting an internet phone call from 35,000 feet.
Prizes for civic activism
Possibly in an internet first, a political group is offering a big prize — $100,000 — for political reform ideas.
OnGuard Online is a new site for consumers who want to protect their computers from software intrusions.
Reconnecting to the Network After Katrina
In a natural disaster where most lines of communication have been severed, including telephone, cellular phone, cable and fiber optic, how do 100,000’s of displaced people get access to the internet? Community Technology organizations step into th…
Professors and the internet
There is interesting, new research about college faculty use of the internet and their judgment about its impact on their students.