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Web ads – what are they for?

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The Techy 50-plus

by: Dick Stroud

This Reuter’s article is an interesting reflection on the 50-plus and their tech literacy.

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Correctly Sizing Up “Concern for the Environment” by American Teens

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SAP Global Survey on Social Media/Web 2.0

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Joint innovation: a client perspective in real-time

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'Japanese innovation' that's actually from Finland, Korea or America

by: Dominic Basulto

Apparently, young Americans have little or no idea of where the best innovation in the world is taking place. When in doubt, they simply assume innovative high-tech products come from Japan or the U.S.

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50-plus fitness - fantasy or fact?

by: Dick Stroud

Fitness First, claims to be the largest gym, health and fitness club group in the world, has done a survey (8,000 respondents).

Over 93% of the over-50s claim to ate healthily, 84% said they were careful about alcohol consumption and three-quarters avoided additives in food. A total of 55% were content with their body shape and nearly four in five had a good work/life balance.

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McKinsey Reports Businesses Loving Web 2.0… Except Blogs

by: Karl Long

Putting People First blog just posted about a survey that strategy consultancy McKinsey just conducted with executives about web 2.0 technologies and found significant interest and support, but they still shy away from blogs:

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Consumers and the Great, Green Chasm: Why Don't Americans 'Shop Their Talk'?

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55 percent US teens are members of a social network

by: Lynette Webb

A few weeks ago Pew Research released another of their great surveys into how the Internet is being used in the US. Oh how I wish there were equivalents to Pew in other countries, who published so regularly and made their results freely available!

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