UncategorizedDecember 29, 2004

Virtual Tours Proliferate

54 million U.S. internet users have used the internet to take a virtual tour of another locale.

UncategorizedDecember 5, 2004

Artists, Musicians and the Internet

Artists and musicians are enthusiastic internet users and they believe the internet helps them make and sell their work.

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 16, 2004

Blogs on blogging

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

UncategorizedOctober 10, 2004

Prescription Drugs Online

One in four Americans has used the internet to look for information about prescription drugs. Other topics covered: prescription drugs purchases online; drug-related spam.

UncategorizedSeptember 1, 2004

How Americans Use Instant Messaging

American adult use of instant messaging continues to grow in intensity, particularly among younger users who appreciate and embrace the tools of expression embedded within IM programs.

UncategorizedAugust 12, 2004

Data Memo on Search Engines

The use of search engines is a top online activity and Americans increasingly feel they get the information they want when they perform search queries

UncategorizedAugust 11, 2004

The Internet and Daily Life

The vast majority of online Americans say the Internet plays a role in their daily routines and that the rhythm of their everyday lives would be affected if they could no longer go online. Yet, despite its great popularity and allure, the Internet st…

UncategorizedAugust 11, 2004

The tasks of everyday life and the internet

While nearly all Internet users conducted some of their day-to-day activities online in 2004, most still defaulted to the traditional offline ways of communicating, transacting affairs, getting information and entertaining themselves.

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…