PublicationsNovember 30, 2012

The Best (and Worst) of Mobile Connectivity

Mobile phone owners like the convenience and ease of connectivity, but rue that they can be interrupted more easily, have to pay the bills, and face bad connections.

UncategorizedOctober 29, 2012

The e is for engagement

What if we redefined the Quantified Self movement to include everyone who keeps a pair of “skinny jeans” in their closet? Themes from two recent speeches by Susannah Fox.

UncategorizedOctober 25, 2012

The “e” is for Engagement

Susannah Fox was a keynote speaker at the 2012 Connected Health Symposium & Expo in Boston, MA.

UncategorizedOctober 11, 2012

Networked and Hyperconnected: The New Social (and work) Operating System

Are you checking email or tweeting or texting as you read this session description? Today, many of us are hyper-connected through the web, mobile technologies and social media.

UncategorizedSeptember 28, 2012

What’s the future for self-tracking?

Susannah Fox will be the opening keynote speaker at a symposium on self-tracking in health.

UncategorizedJune 8, 2012

Unpacking self-tracking

Pew Internet asked two questions about “self-tracking” in 2010 – how should we expand this area of our research?

UncategorizedMarch 9, 2012

What’s the future for self-tracking?

Stephen Wolfram predicts that we will all self-track some day, but a Pew Internet survey suggests we have a long way to go. Just 1 in 4 internet users track health data online.

UncategorizedFebruary 23, 2012

By the numbers: Technology’s place in our lives

Director Lee Rainie presented data on technology’s place in our lives according to numbers at the Wisdom 2.0 Conference in Redwood City, CA.

UncategorizedFebruary 9, 2012

The tone of life on social networking sites

85% of the adults who use social media report that people are usually kind on the sites. At the same time, 49% have witnessed mean and offensive behavior and they usually respond by ignoring it.

UncategorizedFebruary 3, 2012

Why most Facebook users get more than they give

The effect of Facebook “power users” on everybody else