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May 17, 2005MSNBC News
"Need to know the latest research on weight-gain worries or whether your doctor has been sued for malpractice? For many Americans, finding the health information they need means going online, according to a survey conducted by the Pew Internet and...
May 10, 2005The Patriot Ledger
"I did most of my research online in order to gain knowledge about a school and it was easy because I could do it anytime," said Melissa Nash, 18, a senior at Marshfield High School. But making a final decision without visiting the school? That's ...
May 3, 2005Clickz.com
"A quarter of all Internet users say they read blogs, and 9 percent say they've created one, according to an update to the "State of Blogging" report published by Pew Internet & American Life Project in January.""The original study stated ...
Apr 12, 2005The Motley Fool
"I have to admit, I enjoy the reports that come out of the Pew Internet and American Life Project. They generally have something interesting to say about how people are feeling about technology. The latest from the organization is a survey that sh...
Apr 11, 2005San Jose Mercury News
"That curse of the online age, e-mail spam, is getting worse a year after the federal CAN-SPAM law was enacted to stop it. But a new survey finds computer users don't seem to hate it as much as they did a year ago -- perhaps because they're less l...
Apr 11, 2005The Sacramento Bee
"As with other everyday annoyances such as air pollution, traffic congestion and high gas prices, Americans appear to be increasingly tolerant of spam.According to a new survey, fewer Internet users are irritated by junk e-mail than a y...
Apr 11, 2005BBC News
"Net users are as annoyed as ever about spam, but seem to be getting used to it, says a report.The poll of US net users by the Pew Internet and American Life Project found that 52% of people complain that junk mail is a big problem. Read More
Apr 11, 2005NorthJersey.com
"Like mosquitoes or taxes, spam is a fact of life. That's the bad news.The good news? Like most facts of life, we're getting used to it."It's kind of like getting wrong numbers on the phone, or telemarketers," said Dean Mattson,...
Apr 11, 2005MENAFN.com
"E-mail spam might be a blight that is gumming up electronic commerce and personal mailboxes alike, but just as with death and taxes, the public seems to be growing accustomed to its inevitability.Ferris Research estimated in a recent s...
Apr 3, 2005Reuters.com
"The home-brewed audio programs known as "Podcasts" are catching on with people who own iPods or other digital-music players, according to a survey released on Sunday. Twenty-nine percent of U.S. adults who own MP3 players like Apple Co...
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The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trusts.
The Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project is one of seven projects that make up the Pew Research Center. The Center is supported by The Pew Charitable Trust.