An analysis of the GIF, the Internet’s most divisive image-file format: “Created in 1987 by the digital communications company CompuServe, the GIF was originally designed for speedy transfer across pre–World Wide Web Internet networks … GIFs are chiefly agents of pleasure within a sensibility…
And…it’s pronounced JIF.
Will Today’s Never-Married Adults Eventually Marry?
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rnoscustommetal said: How does one go about being a part of the surveys you conduct?
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Which traits are MOST important to teach your kids? Responsibility tops the list for both liberals and conservatives, but opinions diverge from there.
Buzzfeed shares 9 facts that that show younger generations are more avid readers than any other age group.
The question of Scottish independence inspired an impressive 10 million Facebook interactions between August 1st and September 8th.
Happy 10th anniversary to the Pew Research Center. Over the last 10 years, we have tackled some of the biggest questions America faces, including questions on topics like the American political landscape, millennials, the impact of the internet, and many more.
Here’s a quick recap.