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15% of American adults are 'cord cutters'


Some 15% of adults now qualify as “cord cutters” – meaning they once had either cable or satellite TV but no longer do. Another 9% never had either cable or satellite service. 43 more words

Strategic Resources for Library Leaders

Looking inspiring trends that shape the roles that libraries will continue to play in communities?  Check out some of these excellent reports and resources!  And check out my recent presentation on… 496 more words


News Sharing in the Age of Social Platforms

Many say that social media started as a college campus phenomenon. People wanted to know where the party was and who was going. Many of those same early adopters now have mortgages, kids, careers and a lot more headaches. 224 more words

Business Wire

What Are The Most Popular Social Media Platforms for College Students?

When I’m speaking and consulting, I frequently get asked by clients what the most platforms are and which one’s they should be on.  The question is actually more complex than just finding the most popular platforms.   88 more words


With Susannah Fox

Susannah Fox returns to the podcast this week to talk about her work at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, sharing her son’s food allergies with Stanford Medicine X, the rewarding challenge of engaging an audience on Medium, and a new exercise in empathy from people impacted by cystic fibrosis. 45 more words


Happy 10th Birthday, YouTube!

For many people, even those of us who are digital immigrants, it feels like YouTube video sharing has always been around, but actually YouTube is just celebrating its 10th birthday. 77 more words

Parents And Technology

Political News, Social Media and Cell Phones

Highlights of the Pew Internet Project’s research related to social networking reveal some interesting facts about registered voters who follow political candidates and their campaigns on social media. 143 more words

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