Multi-section ReportsDecember 16, 2010

Generations 2010

Major trends in how different generations of Americans use the internet

PresentationsFebruary 4, 2010

Social Media and Young Adults

This presentation covers recent findings on wireless, mobile internet use, social networks, content creation, blogging, Twitter and sexting among teens and young …

Multi-section ReportsFebruary 3, 2010

Social Media and Young Adults

Social media and mobile internet use among teens and young adults.

PresentationsJanuary 28, 2009

Generations Online: Charts

This is a series of charts related to the “Generations Online in 2009” report released on Jan. 28, 2009.

CommentarySeptember 26, 2008

The financial crisis online

Online activists and concerned citizens are using the internet to learn about the financial crisis, share their views on the proposed bailout, and organize their friends.

CommentaryJuly 22, 2008

New numbers for blogging and blog readership

Because blogs have been in the news lately with the Netroots Nation and BlogHer conferences recently wrapping up, it seemed like an opportune time to post our latest figures for blogging and blog readership.

CommentaryMay 23, 2008

Old media and new media blur just a little more

In what could be considered a further blurring of traditional media and new forms of digital media, this weekend’s cover story in the New York Times Magazine features the intimate autobiographical account of Emily Gould, blogger and former Gawker …

CommentaryMarch 11, 2008

Online Boys: Not Just Wallflowers

Teen girls have already laid their claim to many corners of the creative Web. So what are the boys up to?

CommentaryFebruary 14, 2008

Erase me…wait, don’t erase me!

Recent events have highlighted an interesting set of consequences connected to the persistent presence many of us enjoy online.

Multi-section ReportsDecember 19, 2007

Teens and Social Media

More teens are creating and sharing material on the internet. 28% of online teens have blogs, up from 2004 with growth fueled almost entirely by girls. “Super communicators” rise as email fades as a tool for teens.