Google and Facebook can haz all the internetz.

via pewinternet:

From our Tank of Facts Chart of the Week: The world’s most popular websites. http://pewrsr.ch/18AZzQO

During the 2012 election cycle, Trilogy helped Barbara Boxer’s PAC for a Change raise more than $200,000 from grassroots supporters to support women running for the Senate — a key part of the effort that helped elect a record number of women to the U.S. Senate.

We designed this graphic to commemorate the PAC’s central role in the historic election. The graphic capitalized on the moment and, boosted by our email program, generated 3,171 likes, 197 comments, 3,987 shares, and reached nearly 25,000 people without paid promotion.

plannedparenthood:

It’s Men’s Health Week! Find your local Planned Parenthood health center.

Remind me why we’re defunding Planned Parenthood again?

FTW

repmarktakano:

michelebachmann:

The House just passed my bipartisan Obamacare repeal bill.

(Oh, and welcome to my new Tumblr!)

#repost from @garagam. Great shot from #h08reunion. Such a great time.

pewinternet:

13% of internet users ages 18-29 use Tumblr.

Compare Tumblr user demographics to other social networking sites: http://pewrsr.ch/VBAYby

More insight from Pew, this time on (ahem) Yumblr, as well as demographic comparisons to other social services.

pewinternet:

Slideshow: Tech trends, library stats, and how teens do research
Research Analyst Kathryn Zickuhr gave a presentation at the Westchester Library Association’s annual conference that touched on a lot of our recent findings on library use, as well as a broad overview of technology adoption among adults and teens and a quick look at how teens do research in the digital age. Take a look at her comprehensive slideshow.

For anyone who spends a lot of time going through the analytics on a high-traffic site, this is further corroboration of what we’ve been seeing for a long time. Another powerful argument for making sure your digital program works wherever people are engaging. pewinternet:

Slideshow: Tech trends, library stats, and how teens do research
Research Analyst Kathryn Zickuhr gave a presentation at the Westchester Library Association’s annual conference that touched on a lot of our recent findings on library use, as well as a broad overview of technology adoption among adults and teens and a quick look at how teens do research in the digital age. Take a look at her comprehensive slideshow.

For anyone who spends a lot of time going through the analytics on a high-traffic site, this is further corroboration of what we’ve been seeing for a long time. Another powerful argument for making sure your digital program works wherever people are engaging.

pewinternet:

Slideshow: Tech trends, library stats, and how teens do research

Research Analyst Kathryn Zickuhr gave a presentation at the Westchester Library Association’s annual conference that touched on a lot of our recent findings on library use, as well as a broad overview of technology adoption among adults and teens and a quick look at how teens do research in the digital age. Take a look at her comprehensive slideshow.

For anyone who spends a lot of time going through the analytics on a high-traffic site, this is further corroboration of what we’ve been seeing for a long time. Another powerful argument for making sure your digital program works wherever people are engaging.

The great #burrito of #triumph. #nom (at Trilogy Berkeley HQ)

robertreich:

Many of you soon-to-be college graduates are determined to make the world a better place. Some of you are choosing careers in public service or joining nonprofits or volunteering in your communities.

But many of you are cynical about politics. You see the system as inherently corrupt. You doubt…