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Pew: Landlines and Email More Important Than Social For Workers - Posted December 30, 2014
According to a new panel survey released by the Pew Research Center, email, a landline, and a decent Internet connection are still the most important tools for workers. Social networks and a smartphone aren't entirely necessary. The study, conducted over a week in Sept... [AllFacebook]

Pew: Only 39% of Internet Users Took Protective Action in the Wake of Heartbleed - Posted April 30, 2014
News of the Heartbleed security flaw rocked the Internet world. While the fix was implemented quickly, the bug, which impacted more than 500,000 websites including some of the biggest social networks, had been in the system for t... [AllFacebook]

Democrats Think Social Media More Important For Politics Than Republicans, Independents [STUDY] - Posted September 4, 2012
Social media is expected to play a significant role in November's U.S. presidential election, and a new study from Pew Internet has revealed the extent to which politically-minded users are engaged with channels such as Twitter and Fac... [AllTwitter]

What Is The Most Political Social Network? [STUDY] - Posted July 20, 2011
Yesterday we took a close look at Social Networking Sites And Our Lives, the latest research from Pew Internet, with articles about the educational level and ... [AllTwitter]

Twitter Users Better Educated Than Facebook Users, But Both Dumb Compared to LinkedIn [STUDY] - Posted July 19, 2011
Social Networking Sites And Our Lives, the latest study from Pew Internet, looks at how "people's trust, personal relationships, and civic and political involvement are connected to their use of social networking sites and other ... [AllTwitter]

Boomers and Millennials Have Similar Tech Practices - Posted October 12, 2010
While the boomer generation may not be the first group to run out and buy the latest technology, they're nearly as likely as younger generations to own computers, access the Web on a daily basis, and own gadgets like mobile phones. So says this Ad Age article, which presents evidence debunki... [FishbowlDC]