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PEW data on social network site use

by: danah boyd

PEW has just released the overview of their latest study on teens' usage of social network sites. Most of the data is not surprising, but it sure is interesting. Here are some of the key findings:

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Reports: Future of Internet, Web Video

By: Ilya Vedrashko

Two reports I should've posted about earlier:
- From Pew Internet, Future of the Internet II with responses to 7 scenarios from 700+ thinkers.
- From Scott Kirsner, a book on Future of Web Video full of stats and interviews with key players.

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Are Carbon Offsets More Than Hot Air?

by: Joel Makower

A new report that rates providers of retail carbon offsets is out today, and even the anticipation of its publication has caused a flurry of anxiety among some of the 30 companies it reviewed.

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Two Research Reports Point to Shifts in Advertising

by: David Polinchock

Two reports out this week seem to indicate some very good news for us folks toiling away in the land of alternative media.

Seems like maybe we're really mainstream after all! I used to use the following quote from Confucius on my business cards: 

Tell me and I forget, Show me and I remember, Involve me and I understand

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Focalyst Researches the Online Market

by: Dick Stroud 

Half of all Americans over age 60 use the Internet, as do more than 80% of Baby Boomers, according to new research from Focalyst, a joint venture between AARP and The Kantar Group, one of the world's largest research and consultancy networks.

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A Good Report That Deserves More Attention Than It Will Get

by: Dick Stroud 

Creston (a marketing agency) has published an interesting report about the way young people use communications channels and its impact on marketing.

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Trends and substitution between media platforms

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What’s a Clean Earth Worth?

by: Joel Makower

What's a clean earth worth to your company's bottom line?

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Young People are Moving Away From Old Media

by: Dick Stroud

OFCOM (The UK’s communications regulatory organisation) has just released its 2006 analysis of communications in the UK. It is a must have document for UK Marketers.

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Factlet – Age of Canadian Podcasters

by: Dick Stroud

Someone, somewhere woke up this morning and thought: ”I wonder how popular podcasting is in Canada with the 50-plus”.

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