Do you find yourself spending a lot of time on the Internet? If you answered yes, you’re not alone. Adults in the U.S. spend on average over three hours a day online. According to a new online survey by conducted by GFK and the Interactive Advertising Bureau, we spend an average of 37 minutes a… Continue reading This Is What You Do on the Internet All Day
The word “marriage” can elicit a range of emotions, from excitement and anticipation to sadness to fear. But what if the responsibility of deciding when to marry were removed from your shoulders? Fortunately (or unfortunately depending on how you view it) TIME Tech created a Web app that tells you the perfect age for you… Continue reading TIME Magazine Predicts When You Should Get Married
Have you ever wondered if (or when) Facebook will go the way of Myspace and lose its tight grasp on society? Researchers at Princeton University seem to think this will happen quite soon. By comparing the spread of Facebook to that of an infectious disease, John Cannarella and Joshua Spechler found that Facebook is likely… Continue reading Comparing It to an Infectious Disease, Researchers Predict Facebook Will Lose 80% of Its Users by 2017
In an effort to make its website more engaging, The Wall Street Journal has a new social networking platform in the works that may offer similar services to those of LinkedIn’s. The company aims to leverage the power of social networking platforms to increase the time users spend on their site. At an investor day… Continue reading Is the Wall Street Journal Taking a Jab at LinkedIn’s Professional Network?