UncategorizedNovember 10, 2006

Participation 2.0

As we’ve seen during this election season, participating online can also motivate users to participate offline.

UncategorizedNovember 6, 2006

User-Generated Content

More than a third or 35% of online adults create content online, and 57% of teenagers 12-17 make their own content to post to the Web. Younger users and home broadband users are the most avid content creators, and most post their creations online …

UncategorizedJuly 19, 2006


A national phone survey of bloggers finds that most are focused on describing their personal experiences to a relatively small audience of readers.

UncategorizedJuly 19, 2006

What Does Your Blog Mean to You?

The online version of the Blogger Callback Survey allows some space for written answers, in addition to multiple-choice responses.

UncategorizedJuly 11, 2006

Teens and the Internet: Findings Submitted to the House Energy and Commerce Telecommunications Subcommittee

A summary document of Pew Internet Project data on youth and technology prepared in advance of testimony by Pew Internet staffer Amanda Lenhart at the House Telecom subcommittee hearings.

UncategorizedJuly 5, 2006

Coralling Video Content

So, you’ve decided you’re going to jump on to the Web 2.0 bandwagon and start a company that builds its business model around user-generated video content…

UncategorizedJune 22, 2006

Social Networking Websites

Online social networking is both about connecting to others through publicily displayed networks and about creating self-expressive content.

UncategorizedMay 28, 2006

Home Broadband Adoption 2006

Adoption of high-speed internet at home grew twice as fast in the year prior to March 2006 than in the same time frame from 2004 to 2005. Middle-income Americans accounted for much of the increase.

UncategorizedMay 12, 2006

It’s Not You, It’s the Way You Write

It’s not just internet dating services that are changing the way people meet and court each other…

UncategorizedMarch 21, 2006

Blogs and health care

Blogs are part of the bigger story about dramatic change in people’s information environments. This presentation on health-related blogs focuses on their implication for health providers in communicating with patients and caregivers.