Publishing and aggregating their own content
October 7th, 2005

From the U.K this Guardian article says “the extent of the personal publishing revolution has been revealed by a Guardian/ICM poll showing that a third of all young people online have launched their own blog or website.
Millions of young people who have grown up with the internet and mobile phones are no longer content with the one-way traffic of traditional media and are publishing and aggregating their own content, according to the exclusive survey of those aged between 14 and 21”.It says that “on average, people between 14 and 21 spend almost eight hours a week online”,with “half of that time is spent chatting to friends in online communities or using messaging services, while another hour is spent emailing”,but “only one in 10 say they use it to keep up with news and current affairs”.

Young blog their way to a publishing revolution

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