UncategorizedFebruary 19, 2010

Future of the Internet IV

Experts and stakeholders discuss predictions about the future of the internet. Update: Correction.

UncategorizedFebruary 19, 2010

The Future of the Internet IV

Director Lee Rainie will be reporting on the results of a new survey of experts predicting what the Internet will look like in 2020.

UncategorizedNovember 16, 2009

Back to the Future

Social media is proliferating, inside and outside the classroom. What have we learned and what is on the horizon?

UncategorizedOctober 2, 2009

Unfinished Symphony: What we don’t know about the future of the internet

A discussion of the critical uncertainties about the evolution of the internet

UncategorizedDecember 17, 2008

The Internet as Social Ally

Do people consider the internet itself a kind of social ally? Not directly, but they often treat the internet as they would a helpful friend.

UncategorizedDecember 14, 2008

The Next Future of the Internet

Predictions about the fate of the cell phone, the future of voice recognition, the advantages and disadvantages of personal transparency, the architecture of the internet, and where leisure and work are headed — and much more.

UncategorizedDecember 14, 2008

The Future of the Internet III

A survey of experts shows they expect major tech advances as the phone becomes a primary device for online access, voice-recognition improves, and the structure of the Internet itself improves. They disagree about whether this will lead to more soci…

UncategorizedDecember 4, 2008

The Future of the Internet III

A survey of internet leaders, activists and analysts shows they expect major tech advances as the phone becomes a primary device for online access, voice-recognition improves, artificial and virtual reality become more embedded in everyday life.

UncategorizedJuly 1, 2008

The Future of the Pew Internet Project

July 1 marks the first day of our new two-year grant from The Pew Charitable Trusts.

UncategorizedMay 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 …