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What Your Kids Are Really Doing Online

Michael_Levin | Posted December 5, 2012

You couldn't get the average kid to stand up in front of an audience and talk about his or her favorite topic. But allow that same kid the privacy of his or her living room, the use of a camera and the opportunity to upload an instructional video on any given topic, and you've got solid gold.
Russell J. Sapienza, Jr.


Digital Lockers and the Consumer: A Little Schoolin' Will Go a Long Way

Russell J. Sapienza, Jr. | Posted December 5, 2012

Consumers appear to be more informed about digital lockers, and many seem keenly interested in learning more about video content storage and delivery, especially as it relates to the rights they are obtaining.
Rory O'Connor


Old Wine, New Bottles: Social Media and the Presidential Campaign

Rory O'Connor | Posted December 5, 2012

If presidential campaigns are, in fact, contests over mastery of changing communications technology, it seems clear that challenger Mitt Romney is still trailing badly after Barack Obama.
Ann Skeet


Marissa Mayer: I Give You Permission

Ann Skeet | Posted December 5, 2012

Dear Marissa, I am writing to give you permission, just as it was given to me. You haven't asked for it, and perhaps you are not even aware that you need it. But, because it's National Work and Family month, and you recently gave birth of your first child, I suspect you might need some -- permission that is.
Matthew B. James, Ph.D.


Some Con-Text

Matthew B. James, Ph.D. | Posted December 5, 2012

Can the language of texting really affect our perception of the world? Linguists know there is a correlation between language and how and what we perceive.
Edward J. Black


Celebrating Facebook's 1 Billion Users and Our Commitment to Internet Freedom

Edward J. Black | Posted December 5, 2012

The US needs to be the model for online freedom not just for countries that want to restrict it, per se, but also seek to and impose new restrictions for many seemingly noble reasons to combat social ills.