UncategorizedMay 16, 2005

Buzz, Blogs, and Beyond: the Internet and National Discourse in the Fall of 2004

Experimental research from the Pew Internet & American Life Project and BuzzMetrics suggests that political bloggers can make an impact on politics, but they often follow the lead of politicians and journalists.

UncategorizedMay 16, 2005

Buzz, Blogs, and Beyond

Experimental research from the Pew Internet & American Life Project and BuzzMetrics suggests that political bloggers can make an impact on politics, but they often follow the lead of politicians and journalists.

UncategorizedMay 2, 2005

New data on blogs and blogging

About 6% of U.S. adults have created blogs and 16% of them read blogs

UncategorizedFebruary 4, 2005

Live Blogging

Why wait for the next day to comment on the State of the Union when you can blog in real-time?

UncategorizedJanuary 26, 2005

Podcasting and Mobcasting

Podcasting is when an audio file is enclosed in an RSS feed and in fact, broadcast to users who have signed up to receive the feed. The recipients can then open up the audio file and either listen to it immediately or …

UncategorizedJanuary 21, 2005

Bloggers Unite!

As President Bush declares one of his main goals for his second term to be to reform Social Security, a number of bloggers have united in opposition and are using the internet as a tool for political organization and action.

UncategorizedJanuary 7, 2005

Blog readers hungry for more than words

The blogging audience is more likely to download and share files online when compared to those who don’t read blogs.

UncategorizedJanuary 2, 2005

The State of Blogging

By the end of 2004 blogs had established themselves as a key part of online culture: 7% of U.S. internet users say they have created blogs and 27% say they are blog readers.